The Final 6 blocks for the Freefall QAL with Sandra at
are finished. How could 2 blocks give me so many problems? I undid 2 rows of stitching so many times, and still the last TWO points did not meet properly.One more row undone, measured, it might have been a smidgen over the correct 2 inch size. Trimmed, and all is well.WHEW, a huge sigh of relief.
The difficult one!!!
The final 6, with green and background fabrics reversed, and the last 2 blocks with half and half.
this is not the final layout , but they are all there.Hooray!!!
The top blue half and half will be swapped for a yellow leaf, the lower row green and blue will be placed on the left, and the top left changed to lower right, ( I think ) Meantime it can sit and play happily on the design wall, and tolerate a visit each day till I am happier with the layout.
Mother’s Day was quiet, until I received an email from Sandy over at
to say I was chosen by Rafflecopter, and have won the most amazing book by Carl Hentsch,…. New York Beauties and Flying Geese.
How wonderful is that, I am sure Sandy heard my words of joy way up North. Many thanks to Sandy, for hosting this, to CT Publishing, and to Carl Hentsch.
Those batiks are going to be looked at, and no doubt added to, for some of these wonderful projects.
The eBook has arrived, and I will be off to the printers to have it printed onto really good quality paper, and spiral bound.
Courtesy of the Internet….
And the winner is...
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Quotation of the day, author unknown
“ Use every colour in the paint box,
and there will always be beauty”
Greetings from Jean.