a favourite shade of blue

a favourite shade of blue

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Another view

This is my quilt with triple sashing and nine patch cornerstones. I really like that look.
Last night I showed a butterfly quilt with single sashing and corner stones and promised to display mine tonight.
.These butterfly blocks are ready for my next quilt. I need to get at it soon.  This one is also pretty and the blocks are many colours.

Whoops I almost forgot to write the blog, was too busy watching Midsomer Murders.  I love that I can watch it on  my laptop. That means I'm in charge of what I watch. John Nettles is Inspector Barnaby and I really like him. I don't watch it in the daytime , save it as a treat for the evening. Too much of a good thing makes it dull and dreary so I restrict myself to the evenings. 

We stayed in all day today. I took a couple of pictures of my quilt to show for tonight.  I worked my laptop most of the day. I must remember to go to the computer and print the medications list for Ray and me to take to the doctors when we go. They always ask for a list of medications.

There are still some quilts to show so here we go.

Download now as a pdf pattern

This looks easy to make, I can see a table quilt with all different colours of mugs. Wouldn't that be great!  But I do love this pink fabric.

These are great hot pads, mostly done by folding. I have one that I bought at a quilt show a while ago. I have a pattern but have never made one of these though I do admire them a lot.

These cubes are lovely. This would make a great wall hanging.The colour variations all go together so well. Great Quilt.

Words to live by. This gorgeous red cardinal lives in the east . I wish he lived here in the west. I don't think I have ever seen one.

Time to go folks. Have a lovely evening.

Good night.

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