March roared in with cold, wind, and snow - and she is closing out with much the same in our area. Things were slowly melting off (then a fresh blanket), but I think Mother Nature and Old Man Winter are in a bit of a tiff these days. I wonder what April Fools Day will bring?
RSC15 color - YELLOW - all blocks completed and stored in their respective containers in wait of next month.
Using Slow Stitching Sunday to work the newest cross stitch. I have been a little lax on this one and trying to catch up on some evenings for the Sundays that I miss. I finally took a day and gave myself a headache to sort all those pinks, corals, reds, fuschia strands so I can start working the flowers.
Progress on the 9-patch and snowball QAL was to get all those blocks into rows - completed and actually into a flimsy with first borders made.
Complete the 'Let's Book It' project - done and tutorial for geese done.
Fabric frame and finish off the "found' cross stitch piece. And add the fabric framing tutorial to my tab.
Some extra play time - use up those bits for doll quilts to send to the Mrs Clause Project. This is my second little quilt and I have another baggy of bits ready for April.
And some added fun to the end of the month. The minute I saw this on Jolly Jabber ( Fat Quarter Shop blog) for the Charm Box Quilt, I had to play. It's not me - someone else used my camera to snap a photo for me while I held the quilt - it IS my crummy camera that takes horrible pics. This is Jubilee by Bunny Hill with some left over Kona Snow. I added the outer border (yes, I did a border!) to increase the size. It took an afternoon to make and another afternoon to quilt. Need a quick baby quilt? This one is fast.
A long, hard month has come to a close - I am looking to April as a new light into Spring.