Happy New Years Eve to all of you. I shared this small quilt on Friday, but just got this photo yesterday~we were at Kim's house and Carrie took it on Christmas morning. It isn't nearly as big as his old flannel quilt and I hope to make a larger one this spring. Maybe. I've also decided to start on Christmas presents in September, so when a brainstorm hits about another homemade gift, I'll have time to do it properly. This was done in 3.5 days. On Friday, I started working on a Winter panel to hang-I loved the barns and buggies in it and decided to do a quick outline of the squares. I want it up by this afternoon or tomorrow; I'm thinking it will last another month, before I start yearning for spring time. I also have another baby quilt to assemble and then our mini group will begin a challenge~we will be making all the same blocks for different size quilts and in fabrics of our choosing. I got my pieced block fabric on Saturday with a friend and then realized that I have some left over Log Cabin blocks(alternate blocks)from the quilt I made for our bed three years ago. The colors are perfect for the pieced blocks and it saves me money-yay! I may start taking decorations down today, but we'll see how I feel after I get home from the gym.
Tonight hubby and I are going out for our special yearly dinner and then will head to Carrie's and spend the evening playing games. It should be fun. Tomorrow is open, so if I don't take everything down today, it will definitely come down tomorrow.
I wish you the best in the New Year; may you life be filled with joy, happiness and health.
The quilt is beautiful.ReplyDelete
Wishing you and your family a Happy and Healthy New Year!
Your evening sounds wonderful.
We have our three oldest grandsons with us for a week and we too will be playing games and having good times with them.
May the Lord show His favor upon you in this New Year ahead of us.
God bless you~
Such a beautiful quilt! I hope you have a wonderful New Year, sweet friend. :)ReplyDelete
Such a lovely quilt.......such warm colors! Wishing you a blessed and happy New Year!ReplyDelete
Mom loves your color choices - she really struggles with that. Happy New Year!ReplyDelete
Keep Calm & Bark On!
Murphy & Stanley
Noreen, such a beautiful quilt. You are so talented. I haven't taken one decoration down yet, it will be a slow start to the year..Happy New Year..JudyReplyDelete