Monday, January 9, 2012

Bee Block and Stars for Baby...

The weather is unseasonably warm, which is absolutely fine with me!  In the high 40' January!  And, no snow.  I do wonder what that will mean for the next few months.  It's a bit scarey.

My aqua and red bee block swap continues after a month off.  Here is the block I made for Sally.  She was so nice...sent all the pieces cut out and also sent along complete instructions with colored photos!  This was a very quick and easy pinwheel block to put together for her.

I started a baby quilt yesterday.  Should have been done last week, but I just didn't get to it.  A baby girl quilt.  Pink, but not too much 'in your face' pink.  Ya know?  So, there is a lot of white surrounding the pink not-too-wonky stars.  I've only got blocks in the middle of deciding where to go from here.

That's all I have going on right now.  

Almost time to go squeeze into the big easy chair with the brown boy and watch one of my favorite shows.  

(That would be Hawaii 5-O.) 

"For I know the plans I have for you," declares the LORD, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future."Jeremiah 29:11


Anonymous said...

Very pretty baby quilt. I never made my blanket today but will take pics when done. Enjoy your evening!

Farm Girl said...

You do such a nice job with the points Jacque.
Warm weather too?
Well, it looks like that might me changing if the weather man is right.
I wish your weather man could find a storm for us.
Have a nice evening watching your show. :)

moosecraft said...

Both blocks are great! :-)