Monday, May 31, 2010


I finished a few blocks for my bees - this one will be a zig zag quilt. The blocks were easy. I loved the colours. I'm not one that has much, if any, purple in my stash, but truly loved the crisp eggplant, mauve and blue colours against the white. There's also an avocado green which is such a beautiful complement. I think I may write these colours down for a future combination in a quilt.

The next blocks are for my scrap busting bee. The child fabric was to be used as a focal point somewhere on the block. I loved this fabric, so cute! There was a ton of selection of prints to choose from, but I cannot move away from solids, I just think they frame things so nicely.
Still awaiting news, but it 'should' happen this week. It was supposed to happen last week but things were interrupting the process. It's good news, a little scary, but good!

Suki and I were reunited and we've been sewing far so good!

This week, I'm going to be working on that set of linen napkins and placemats and see what I can come up with. Perhaps I'll show you my progress on Wednesday!


  1. everything looks great so bright and cheery...unlike the weather we keep having. finger's crossed you hear this week.

  2. I love our blocks, and I am beyond happy to hear that you and Suki are friends again. Yay!!!!
    be blessed and have a great week!

  3. I love the fabric with the children of the world and the solids make the prints stand out.

  4. How sweet!!!


  5. Glad things are going better with your Suki. Love your blocks.

  6. Love the zig zag row, and those blocks with the children's fabric are too cute! I'm with you I like the solids!! Very nice work!


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