Thursday, 21 December 2017

Little Progress ... little project

I have done little quilting progress lately.
Literally!


Like a 3.5 inches block for the 365 Challenge,


and a 6.5 inches block. Not much of a scrap buster but it's still mean that two more days are done on the big 365 Challenge quilt.  Yay! :^D

July 4th's block is called Fourth of July with 17 pieces, (left in the picture) and Star and Pinwheels on July 5th is at 32 pieces.

Next block is a 6.5 block and is asking for 109 pieces.  Like I said very little progress. Lol.


My son's girlfriend also love to do little progress.

Boston Cream donuts anyone?


She works with Fimo Clay and makes little charms for bracelets. She did these for her mother over the weekend.


She cut the smallest sliver of white clay to write Tim Horton on the coffee mug. Does she has talent or what?

The biggest piece is barely 3/4 of an inch.


We had fun working with minis.



I want to take this opportunity to wish everyone out there, a safe and joyful holiday season, whether you celebrate Christmas or simply the family gathering. Remember, there'll be plenty of time after the festivities for quilting.

Enjoy!
;^)


Joinin Sarah at Confessions of a Fabric Addict




4 comments:

  1. 109 pieces in a 6.5" block?!? I look forward to seeing that! Merry Christmas to you, too.

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  2. Je te souhaite de passer de très bonnes vacances de fin d'année !
    Joyeux Noël à toi ainsi qu'à toute ta famille !
    xoxo

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  3. I'll be getting my 365 Challenge back up and running in the new year - thanks for keeping going on yours and inspiring me to carry on as well!
    Hugs and happy holidays to you!

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  4. Those little charms are very cute! I got an email about another 365 challenge....

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