Got a busy day today. Laundry, Kitchen, Stitching and a Play Date with a 3-year old Neighbor..
Now normally I don’t share on TBT since I can’t remember what I did last week let alone several years ago. But yesterday morning I was greeted on Facebook with a Memory from 4-years ago, and I just had to stop and share it.
Earlier this month I posted my Goals for November, and here is a summary of my progress.
Joining up with the One Monthly Goal,- November Finish Link Up here is what was on my November List.
Goal #1 – (for the One Monthly Goal – November Goal Setting Link-in Party) was to finish at least one Pumpkin & Leaf Project for the Autumn Jubilee Quilt Along. – Close, but not done!
Blocks made, Sashing made, Layout assembled.
Table Topper – Maybe I’ll get it done for next year!
As promised, I’d like to share the remaining blocks that I tested for Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks, Volume 14. These were not featured, along with a number of others, on the Quilty Pleasures Blog Tour this past week.
This issue is available online or from many local quilt stores as well as some book stores. It has something for everyone. I’ve picked out a number I am planning to make.
Today is the last day of the Blog Tour and I’m spending it with some friends. So, today I’m catching up. I will share with you two blocks today – one from Thursday’s Blog Tour and one from Today’s.
Then next week I will post pictures of another 8 blocks that I tested that were not included in the Blog Tour.
You definitely want to check out the rest of the Blog Tour. There are some cute blocks by some wonderful designers.
The Blog Tour continues – but I’m running behind. Yesterday was spent making a Quilted “Board” Game for our Grandson. Actually it was a travel Tic-Tac-Toe Chalkboard. I’ll share pictures later, but on to the Quiltmaker’s Volume 14 Blog Tour and Tested Blocks Reveal.
Tuesday was Day #2 and Wednesday was Day #3. I did not test any of the blocks highlighted during Day #3, but I do have 3 blocks to share from the designers featured on Day #2. So I guess I’m not quite as far behind as I thought.