Some headway was made this weekend on projects. I love when that happens!
My monthly allotment of one page of the SDW band sampler chart is complete.
The stallion is done!
The simple Squares O'Toile quilt is done...
well, except for the pressing. Simple...no rhyme or reason to the fabric placement other than I made sure no two of the same fabric were butted up against each other. It really has a warmth about it...I'm pleased to finally see it come together.
This morning, in preparation for a visit from Mr. JJ, I decided to quick make him another beanie. The first one I made was newborn, and, well, he outgrew it quickly!
So I pulled out the ole size G crochet hook and got busy.
This one fits him better AND it just happened to end up being the colors of the Dallas Cowboys. Now HOW did that happen? ;o)
This was also happening down in the sewing room today...
yes. More blocks. For the "Don't Eat The Yellow Snow" quilt. After consulting with my pal, Blogless Kwilty Karen, we decided it would look best WITHOUT a border. You don't have to twist MY arm...borders are not my favorite thing unless they're integral to the quilt design. In this case, they were not, they were only going to add size. So I'm making 26 more blocks...two more rows....and will call this one good as a large over-sized queen. With no border.
So there you have it....my weekend filled with stallions, toile, beanies & such!