So April's instructions were handed out at the beginning of the month. This is an 18" block, so compared with the
8" x 10" in March this one would be a breeze.
We used this pattern (Instructions very clear and easy to follow)
Cutting, pressing and piecing commenced quite quickly.
(Mr T on the golf course)
Ta Dah! this is my Mini
It is funny that we all have used similar colours, purely coincidental.
We have been issued with the May instructions so will be selecting my fabrics ready for that.
I have cut out two more blocks for my Swoon quilt, and pieced all the Half Square Triangle ready to put together at the weekend
But no sewing was done this weekend. A visitor on Thursday who went on Friday, for another to arrive on Friday and one more on Saturday for departure Sunday.
It is lovely to have the house full again ( even better that it's only a short while!!)
I did manage to use a huge bag of Rhubarb that I had been given.
One Rhubarb Crumble that went down very well with the men in the house and then a pan full that bubbled away
And a great event today.
My lovely daughter, who is now grown up, was a collector and lover of all things Panda as a small child. She had big ones and little ones and lots of in-between ones. She did favour a rather tubby 10" one so when we were asked if "Pandy" could accompany us on a transatlantic flight, we of course said Yes!!
He is about 30" long and shared MY seat !!!
Anyway Big Pandy is 20 + years old and very well travelled and today he had his first proper bath!!
|and has gone from this...|
Which is good because all of my lovelies are visiting this weekend and Little Miss "O" has taken to the collection with delight. "S" may have a fight on her hands.
Have a Grand Weekend!