Friday, February 2, 2018

Happy Groundhog Day - Friday Recap

It's Groundhog Day here in the USA
Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow. 

I guess this means we have 6 more weeks of winter...

But, maybe I can have a productive 6 weeks of sewing.

This week has been a crazy one in my little sewing world.

First I finished
the second challenge of 
Project Quilting.

We celebrated Kansas Day here in the Sticks with
this quick and easy 

Find that tutorial by clicking here.

Next, there was the LOVE letters tutorial for

Find the letter pillows tutorial by clicking HERE.

Yesterday was the first day of the
It's a "Wild" Life

Our team of designers is so excited and Amy started us off with a great block!
It's so hard to keep these blocks secret.

Lucky for me I had my block #1 finished before all the crazy of this week. 
(designers have a few privileges.)  lol

Find Amy's pattern information by clicking HERE.
Join us for this fun Block of the Month. 
 There are over 2500 friends on the Facebook group and we are having a blast.
Everyone is so encouraging.

I did manage to get a little girl time this week with my sweets.

I'm so in love....

Wow, there is a lot of LOVE on this post.

SO, here's some more...

Next week is an exciting one too!
Carol over at Just Let Me Quilt is hosting

Here's the list of bloggers participating:

I can't wait to show the quilt I put a lot of LOVE into.

Just when you thought I was done for the week...
I've been working on a project for the Fat Quarter Shop.

The Classic and Vintage Series has a new block coming in February
they've asked me to play along.
The pattern is a new take on the classic Hunter Star quilt block and I'm loving it!

that's it for the week.

I look at this pile of fabric behind me and I have so much more to do,
but this week marked a lot off my list.

Hope your week was as eventful as mine...

We have to get through winter somehow.


Needled Mom said...

Your full of love post is fabulous. I think the LOVE letters are wonderful, but nothing compared to that precious wee one.

Carol S. said...

You really packed in a lot of projects and they are all amazing! Looks like February will be just as busy, won't it. Being a grandma is the best thing ever and lucky you to have a girl to sew for!

The Joyful Quilter said...

What a LOVE-ly post!! Thanks for the heads up about the Blog Hop. I never would have know otherwise!