My aqua and frosty blue scraps made for a cute new temperature block. We are in a bit of a weird weather pattern in the NorEast right now. Some days very cold, then a bit of a jump, back to cold, and the next few days we may get very warm. Luckily we went to warm and rain when they actually predicting a lot of snow. BUT, you know that is coming eventually.
48 - 41 -49 -39 - 39 - 34 - 48
With my 'clean-up' mood going right now, I pulled this project. I still can't find the rails and log cabins. Luckily I have the little note sheet tucked with these with the block and row/column count. Now to try and get these into two half flimsies today.
I want to share a wonderful break My SIL and I took yesterday afternoon. We went to the local library for a free class on making basket weave ornies. I loved the rocks with the weave, but the class focused on the reindeer.
It took a good hour to make just one reindeer. I need to cut the antlers once those reeds are fully dry. Then to add a bow around his neck and the hanger.
I was happy to see such a large turnout for this class - more tables had to be set up or people watched and then once a spot opened up, they took a seat. There were all ages from children, adults, and seniors. She had the paper woven hearts, too and ....
a woven star, but we make these with fabrics fused together and weave using the same method. So Jeri and I gladly gave up our seats with our reindeer tucked away and headed home. It was a great way to spend an afternoon.
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Take time to play today,