I've been working on the baby quilt. This is the final design, and the first six rows are sewn together. But.
In my typical fashion I jumped over to something else. I had seen Wanda cutting kite blocks with a die the other day and nothing would do but that I had to order the die and start cutting, too.
Once the die arrived, I cut and cut and cut. But that's all I've done.
Because now I've started sewing four patches together into 16-patches. I saw a tutorial on Missouri Star and decided I wanted to try that. I spent a lot of time last night looking for the die to make the star points and realized I didn't have the right one.
So I just cut them the old fashioned way. With a rotary cutter.
This morning I enjoyed our patio for a little while before it got too hot, and that happened pretty quickly.
Pete the 'keet is back inside now, too.
I've been smiling at sock monkey Santas.
And at this I saw in a magazine last night.
Nor am I, as evidenced by my breakfast of leftover beef stir fry!
It IS a beautiful day, even if it is hot, and I am so thankful for air conditioning!
I do hope you are having a wonderful day, full of lots of good things to enjoy.
Hugs and kisses,