Friday, May 20, 2016

Whoop, Whoop Friday


I'll be Whooping up with Sarah today as I managed to get some things done before I am back on the road again.  First, a baby quilt with simple grid quilting on the center and a loose meander in the border - for one of our students.  Ready for her to pick up on Tuesday.



I managed to get the log cabin blocks not only done, but into a flimsy as well.  This will be going in the donation box with some blocks and other flimsies to head out to Sarah's group.



While the table was cleared, I dumped the baggy of triangles for the Wild & Goosey blocks - I need a lot more blocks.



The big baggy emptied and gone!  I have a few lites for the corners left (don't worry, I know where there is more) and bagged the few pastel triangles for something else down the line.  I know I have more donated triangles somewhere - but I have to pick this project up for now.  20 geese sub-units done - well, sort of.  BUT an empty baggy makes me dance. 

I'm hoping the weatherman finally gets a prediction right - warm and sunny just hasn't happened YET!  I need some outdoor time and vitamin D.  A roast will go in the crock pot so I can make up meals for the next few days, laundry to do, a bit of housework (dusty old houses), and some extra kitty time.

Sewingly Yours,
Sharon

6 comments:

  1. The log cabin quilt turned out beautifully! Hope you get some sunny skies this weekend.

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  2. Your log cabin is beautiful, great colors! Fingers crossed for some sun for you and the furbabies, just not too hot :)

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  3. Your log cabin quilt sure came together quickly! It is beautiful...so fresh!

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  4. The Log Cabin looks terrific. I love the calming colors in it.

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  5. You've been ridiculously productive! Love the log cabin quilt - it's bright and sunny and will be sure to cheer someone up! And those little Wild & Goosey blocks are amazing - but not as amazing as an empty bag! Whoop whoop whoop!!!

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  6. Sew fun to have seen these projects in person!!

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