I don't bother glazing mine, the sticky topping annoys me but we do enjoy them served warm with butter dripping off them or split in half and toasted on the soft side. There's still a few in the freezer, the rest got devoured by family.
As for the sewing, it's amazing how much I can get done with a bit of focus. I'm half way through doing the trapunto on the borders, it's getting exciting.
I had a bit of an accident when using the scissors from the back. I snipped right through to the front of the quilt. See that hole? Gasp!
I may have used a swear word, ok, I did. I sat and stared at it for a good while and wracked the brain for a solution.
I decided to shift the sprig of berries so that the offending hole would be in the middle of one berry
Applique a circle of background fabric to that berry. Once it's quilted, who would pick it? It's a good feeling to know how to fix the boo boos. I do know that basted stem is crooked, that will get sorted during quilting.
I hope you're all enjoying your Easter break.