Sunday, February 2, 2014

Flowers in the Snow!

Well, Snowmeggdon has begun here in Oklahoma City. This is the view outside my studio window:
This is the beginning of a week of continuous snow - at least! Yuck! I'm so ready for spring! I'm always worried about slipping and falling so I'm in for the duration. But, I found these in my ufo boxes:




and more that don't have their centers yet:
Just another group of blocks that are really close to making a quilt top. I have so much to do. Unfortunately for me, I don't have all day because I have to work at the pesky "real job" because we got a big, new client. So today I will write about jewelry and when I take breaks, add more of the flower block centers. I'm also working on sashing the Farmer's Wife baby quilt (or table topper as Karen calls it). She has put her Part 2 class on Craftsy and is giving away a table runner pattern free when you buy Part 2. You can find that HERE if you are at that point yet (you can see Karen's fur baby too)! Sewing fun! Hope your Sunday is fun and safe! XO and cheery wave from Bev


11 comments:

Cathy said...

Love your use of patterns and colors! Nice and bright in contrast to our gray day.
Cathy
CraftyCat

Debra said...

What cute flowers! Perfect for a snowy day. I hope that snow is not coming to New Jersey!!! (snow predicted for tomorrow)

Busy Lizzie said...

beautiful quilt blocks

20 North Ora said...

Those are cute quilt blocks! We are having ALOT of snow. I am going to start pretending it is already Spring! Think I can pull that off? LOL

Judy

Farm Gate Creations said...

Those blocks are gorgeous, good luck finding time to put them together.

Katy said...

I have a table runner with the flower blocks and I love it! They were ufo's I took out and finished.

PamKittyMorning said...

love thd cheerful flowers!

PamKittyMorning said...

love thd cheerful flowers!

Missy Shay said...

I love those flowers, they will be a perfect spring quilt. You have a couple of months to finish them! LOL

margaret said...

I do love these blocks Bev. wonder what they are called so maybe I can find a video on how to make them.Happy writing for your jewellery article lets hope the words flow freely and you can get back to the stitchery quickly.

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