I hope you had a great weekend. It was pretty low-key here, nice and relaxing. There was some stitching going on.
And shopping for stitched-looking things (Pyrex Town and Country divided dish, via Goodwill).
Plates of good food, plates of Pyrex (again, Goodwill).
There was entertainment, but not in the form of lighting things on fire, unless you include the grill.
We watched a wonderful movie on Saturday called Mao's Last Dancer. Click the link to see the trailer. I highly recommend spending a buck or two to rent it. It's based on the true story of Li Cunxin, a boy from the poor Chinese countryside who was chosen to learn to dance ballet.
I finished the Sudoku quilt. I was going to machine bind it, as usual, but it just didn't look right. So I ripped out the 10 inches of machine stitching I had started and instead spent the next couple hours hand binding it while catching up on episodes of American Chopper, Sr. vs. Jr. (I liked PJD's Cadillac bike the best, by far).
I'll have more photos of the completed quilt in another post. Here's a peak at part of the back.
Last night, I stumbled upon the fact that Incubus, one of my fave bands, has a new CD coming out in a week or so. Here is a video of one of the new songs. Brandon Boyd has such an amazing voice. Love this.