This is our yard and driveway today -treacherous outside now and it’s still drizzling. Miserable weather! And not safe to try walking outside after knee surgery.
I’ve had time to look over one of my giveaway books – and I have to admit this book is probably not on my radar – BUT I am not a beginner quilter who is building a fabric collection by purchasing fat quarters. I don’t even have but a few fat quarters and I have nowhere to shop for more.
This is a great book for a beginning quilter – really nice quilts made from fat quarters and here is my favorite – called Penelope.
And yes, Millie is helping. Here’s a better picture of my favorite – love the colors!
Projects are broken down into quilts made with 6, 8, 10, 12 or 14 fat quarters – what a brilliant idea for making it easier for the beginner or the intermediate/advanced quilter who wants a quick and fun project! Leave your name in the comments section if you’d like to win this book.
And now to answer all those questions about Laura’s wonderful #4. Here’s the quilt so many of you admired and asked for more info about.
And here’s all the info.
This is not the answer you all were hoping for – Laura purchased this kit several years ago with the free pattern included. I can only encourage you to call Henry Glass or contact them online to see if the pattern is still available.
I started a couple small projects for possible Christmas gifts and if I think they’re worthy of a blog post, I’ll show you. Connie had her MRI on her knee yesterday and after she sees her dr. I’ll let you know what she found out.
I did get to the barn last Monday before our weather worsened. I wanted to see the tribe and here are a couple photos – not good photos because they all run as a group!
And there’s Emma’s chair – empty – without Emma. When animals die of old age after a comfortable life, I can accept their death but Emma died in a freak accident that might have been avoided and that makes me sick.
Mama Kitty is still in the barn, thank goodness!
And there’s only this one blonde “bad hair day” girls left.
I sit at the table hours every day – here’s a few sweeties keeping me company today.
I’m going to carefully get out to the shop to fill orders – I told Connie not to come because of the ice.
And I’m going to tell you again that Uncle Santa, O Holy Night, Noel and Gameboard are all still available as is our book A Country’s Call.
Heading to the shop!