I've been holding on to this wonderful Prussian Blue fabric designed by Natalie's daughter, Laura, to use in something special.
Barbara B. offered this inked design on her blog and it seemed to be the right one for my block. I did, however, eliminate the eagle and signature.
I enlarged the design so it fit in the corner of this triangle.
Again, I used a 05 Pigma pen.
In stark contrast to the above block, this is our guild's BOM for March. The theme was to think St. Patrick's Day and use green & white. It went together in no time at all.
This is what my sewing room looks like at the moment. What a disaster! I must have fabrics for at least 4 projects piled up on the table with more on the floor.
The reason I'm behind in my sewing is that I decided to paint the upstairs hallway. I've already done the ceiling and walls and am now working my way through 6 doors and trim. I'm waiting for the electrician to come and install a new light fixture.
Our hallway is in two parts so this is the second section. There's some serious scraping that needs to be done on the ceiling. My ultimate goal is to turn the hallway into a mini-gallery for my quilts :)
This beautiful Amaryllis is blooming indoors . . .
. . . and Winter Aconite is blooming outdoors. Spring is on its way :)
Really?? Would you believe we are supposed to get 6-12" of snow today and all it's done so far is rain. Maybe later :)
Have a great week!
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