Have I played the blues this week ? Yes I did! Do you want to see?
A blue shoofly and a very dotty Ohio Star variation for fmq practice. They will probably end up as mug rugs.
some 4 patch ... for someday. As I was making these, a project popped into my mind. I might use these up faster than I thought I would.
And a very funny thing happened in my sewing room.
Last week, Gayle at Mangofeet mentioned on her blog a new challenge that she wanted to participate in. It's called 365 Challenge - The ultimate sampler. Gayle showed a picture of the quilt and I just fell off my chair. The quilt is sooooo gorgeous! And it's BLUE! Oh! I am sooo in love! But I said I would NOT start any new project so I continued to read her post and tried to put that (AWWWEEESOOOME) quilt out of my mind.
The very next morning, I found these by my sewing machine.
What ? How ? It can't be! I did NOT start a new project.
Oh! YEESSS I DIIIDD! It's so gorgeous, I am sure you can understand!! Have a look for yourself if you haven't already seen this challenge.
Just tiny little 3.5 inches blocks to do.Only one per day.They are fun. They are cute. They are addictive! I am fully aware that I won't be able to keep up with this challenge all year. I will get behind. As long as I keep downloading the patterns, all will be good. The patterns will stay up on the site for 3 months. So when April starts, January's blocks will disappear. I am sure I can download faster than that. And besides, I am using left over fabric from Shakespeare in the Park so it is a free quilt ... so far anyway.
Oh! also did three more of my leader/ender project.
We finally have a little bit of snow, every morning this week. Just an inch or two. It makes the landscape so much prettier. (It's not that dark in real life.)
Joining Angela for RSC2016
Hope to see you there.
Until next time ...