I Love Thursday #41

If you’ve never checked LeeAnna’s blog, Not Afraid of Color, you really need to pop over to see the lists of things that bring joy to several friend’s lives. I always enjoy seeing the treasured glimpses in to these great blogger’s lives and happiness.

I missed posting last week since there is some stuff going on that to be dealt with.

This was my adventure last Friday;

I happy to report that my arm was sore, I needed naps and I was cold, but only for about 36 hours. 😃

I’ve not had a lot of motivation or inspiration for quilting fun but did have a blog hop to participate in.

Then I started on a project that I have been collecting batiks scraps from projects, from fabric wins and gifted from friends;

48 blocks so far; 48 more to go for a quilt for my bed. I will finally have a quilt in my home that I made and not given away. 😊

Since my mojo has been in short supply I have been going for a lot of walks to enjoy my scenery.

The snow is slowly melting up top and the grass is quickly greening up. Our volunteer gardener has been busy clearing out flower beds so soon we should have some pretty flowers and the apple trees should get some blooms.

Here in BC we are limited to travel within our health care region for necessary travel only. I’m hoping soon the limitations will be loosened so I can get to my studio to play with the longarm. If not, I’ll just have to hope my sewjo comes back so I can get motivated to play more with fabric.

Seems to be my theme right now 😉

Thanks for stopping by to read my blog. I love it when I get visitors or comments! 😄 Carol

Published by Carol Andrews

I have been fondling fabric and creating things with fabric and fiber for as long as I can remember. My children had homemade clothes, blankets, canning and quilts most of their lives. Now I create goodies to share! Hope you enjoy viewing them as much as I enjoy making them! When I am not creating with fiber or fabric I keep busy with Dear Heart, kids, grandkids, great grandkids.

10 thoughts on “I Love Thursday #41

  1. Hi Carol! Oh, how nice that you are finally make a quilt for YOU! You deserve it. I can’t wait to see the pattern/design you’ve chosen as well as all those pretty fabrics in a stack. Isn’t it just great to see everything turning green right before our eyes? The tree outside my office window is in full bloom with tons of little white flowers. The hillside that was brown is now covered in a pretty green and soon it will have little purple flowers. It’s a wonderful time of year. ~smile~ Roseanne

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  2. that label is hilarious… I should just print that on muslin and use it every quilt. Except for visit craft stores… wah… Milo got a BIG piece of my little leftover pancake this morning… it wasn’t enough said he

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  3. Your stack of batiks look pretty. What a beautiful view on your walks. LOL – I subtitled a quilt for my mother as “Blood, sweat and swearing”. She loves that quilt!

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