Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Just One Star----


They were made from my scrap box and took about an hour for two from finding the fabrics to the last thread being cut.   The details of the project are at The Cutting Table. It doesn't take long and there's people out there that deserve quilt blocks...

We've had 3 days at 60 degrees. It's awesome. I ran the pups and started the grill. The furnace is off during the day. The robins are returning. There's plenty of time for more snow but we're at least pretending it's over.

I'm off to sew and read a book...Life is better than good---It's great.

6 comments:

Gypsy Quilter said...

Thanks for reminder. As soon as my sewing machine is on the table, I'll get mine done. It's such a great idea.

Sue said...

Isn't this just a rewarding and great cause? I am so thrilled that so many quilters have jumped on board with it.

We have been having some nice weather too and it is something to rejoice over. Haven't started the grill yet, but the robins are here and I saw the most brilliant bluebird today. Just heavenly!

Mary @ Neat and Tidy said...

I still have to make my block! Our group was collecting to send, but I think I missed the cutoff date. I like what you said that there are a lot of people that deserve these quilts.

Sandy said...

I'm so glad life is good for you, for a while, you were concerned about your (other) job but it sounds like God put you where you belong.
I'd like to swap some siggie blocks, are you interested? Mine will be from Georgia.

Libby said...

Spring is popping out all over - glad it has made it to your neck of the woods.
Here - I am seeing some faint lines from my flip flops. Oh how I have missed the sunshine *S*(

Greenmare said...

here too! most of the snow is gone with the 70's we had on Sunday, that and the torrential rainstorms! ;-) I feel the spring too and I have the raking blisters to prove it. sigh. normally living out in the country I don't worry too much about raking, but last fall we put in a new gravel driveway and I am now busy putting it back on the driveway instead of all over the lawns where the snowplows and the snowblower put it. big huge sigh!