I took a bit of time Thursday afternoon to work at it. There were three methods to choose from on how to construct the blocks...I chose "improv with improv". Everything worked up so easy, I really like the method.
Here are my blocks...
Usually by now in a mystery we can take some pretty good guesses as to how the quilt will evolve....so far, though, I'm stumped!
If you want to join in, I'm sure you can catch up...you can look into it HERE.
As of this morning I have completed my OMG-One Monthly Goal, which was to finish the bunny borders on Down the Rabbit Hole. I'm very happy about that....not so happy about some of my fabric choices, but I'm sure it will work out in the end.....right???
Lately I've taken note of all the quilts I have in this house and realise it's time to gift some of them out. Don't get me wrong, I'm not stingy with my quilts. Many people have received them as gifts and my children have many, as well.
When the family comes home for Christmas Eve they're going to take some quilts home with them...
I think there's still a couple more to add to the pile! This is feeling good!
Here's a reminder to think about joining in on the 6 & 6 in 2018 challenge issued at Pomegranite and Chintz.
It is a challenge to help move some of our ufo's along....and then fun of starting some new
I have been mulling it over and am sure to have a few ufo's to put on the list. I'll get my list together before the end of the year.
Does anyone have suggestions of good shows on Netflix?
We recently finished Mad Men, which we thoroughly enjoyed. Finished The Crown, although I think I slept through most of it. I came across a mystery series called The Five and we enjoyed that, too.
I haven't watched the second season of Stranger Things yet, maybe I'll do that soon.
I am linking up with Confessions of a Fabric Addict for Can I Get a Whoop Whoop?