I wish that I had the inspiration/stamina/time to write a blog post every day! I know that some bloggers dictate their posts, but that doesn't seem to be in the spirit of writing!
Everything here has been quiet, except for The Wedding of very good friends yesterday. This was supposed to happen in November, but the Bride-to-be tripped and broke her ankle, so it was postponed. Lots of happiness, John and Corrie!
Some recent stitchings, in the order that they were started, but all were/are sewn as the mood took/takes me:
A glimpse of some of the blocks for grandson E's next quilt, just two more aeroplane blocks to make. Have had fun using up lots of strings for the triangles. Blocks are 12-inches unfinished. Something went wrong the the enlarging/copying of the pattern, but they were close enough to the size wanted!
Bonnie Hunter's year-end mystery. Again a glimpse of some of the two different centre blocks. All blocks have been sewn but not sewn together. Border pieces ready to go. I'll try to link up later with the other quilters who have been playing along with the mystery.
These are the first two weeks of a quilt along at Angela's blog: Soscrappy. She has called the quilt-along for RSC2019, "Tiny Tuesdays". Each block centre is small! Which means they sew up pretty quick! Making blocks like this is, besides finding use for well-matured fabrics, a way of just trying out a block that may or may not be new to you, but sometimes leads on to other things!
And last, but not least, January's Block Lotto blocks, "Fireballs". I made three of these 6-inch blocks. This is really another fun way to stretch your skills - even if you don't participate, try a block or two each month for yourself.