We've also celebrated a couple of birthdays.....
|Did you notice the Christmas bag??? Oh well...it is still January...right?|
Other than a few days of watching little ones, dermatology appointments, haircut, laundry, cleaning and an author's luncheon, it has been a normal running week.
Did you notice the full moon this week? I tried to capture it as it was popping up between the trees last night. It, along with the sunrises and sunsets have been stunning this week.
I have been following the full moon... literally! In the evening it comes up and I see it outside my sewing room window. In the morning it is shining in my bedroom!ReplyDelete
I just saw that quilt along. It looks like fun:)
What a beautiful star block. BIG blocks are very popular right now. Best of luck with your fabric diet.ReplyDelete
Is baby O one already? He is just tooo cute. And I love when babies have their own little smashcakes to destroy, so much fun to watch!ReplyDelete
What a pretty block! Being so big, it will work up quickly ; )ReplyDelete
Love the plaid in your starburst - yes, once all those units are done, the block goes together very fast.ReplyDelete
Love your star block with the great purples.
I love that picture of the moon rising. I've tried to take a picture of the moon at night ... just can't get a good shot ... must need a better photographer and a better camera. ;-)ReplyDelete
I love your star - so pretty!
Beautiful star Mary. So glad you are getting back in the swing of things.ReplyDelete
Love your block...ReplyDelete
You are sew lucky to always have birthdays in your house.. Looks like they had fun.
Yes we camped on the beach the night of the full moon..
That is a wonderful block! and pretty cute grandbabies too!ReplyDelete
You have to tell me what kine of engine oil do you use? You are full of energy, you get a lots done in a short few weeks since you got back. Happy Birthdays to the little ones - HugsReplyDelete
What a great block. So you are also on a fabric diet?ReplyDelete
Fantastic star block.ReplyDelete
And wonderful picture from the birthday. ;-)
beautiful quilt block...and that cake looks pretty good too!ReplyDelete
That Starburst quilt block is stunning!ReplyDelete
Your block looks great! I've never been able to get a good picture of the moon, but I sure do enjoy watching it come up at night! :0)ReplyDelete
Beautiful block - AND most beautiful little ones!!!ReplyDelete
What a great block! Looks like fun birthdays with your kiddos.ReplyDelete
Is there a link to the Starburst Quiltalong that I'm overlooking, missed? After packing all my fabric I'm on a fabric diet! Once settled into the next place I want to use up some I've hauled around for more than a few moves. Man, I just feel like sitting a sewing......yes, pouting some but so happy the home sold. Talk soonReplyDelete
Yes, it's always hard to catch up with all you need to do after returning from a trip. That Starburst almost looks like a Swoon block. It's going to be a beautiful quilt.ReplyDelete
I like the way you caught the moon through a gap in the trees. Wonder if you have a month without a Grands birthday?ReplyDelete
Love the star block but I am such a sucker for purple! I don't think anyone noticed the Christmas Bag because all eyes were on the Birthday Boy!ReplyDelete
Your star block is a beauty.ReplyDelete
Looks like someone enjoyed their cake. Love that photo!!!
Beautiful block and I bet you had fun at the birthday parties!! Beautiful photo of the moon....I've enjoyed watching it on the river.ReplyDelete
Your star block looks great. Keep up the great work on your fabric diet. I know how tempting fabric can be when you see those new fabrics coming out. Have a great week.ReplyDelete
Love the photo of the little guy with his birthday cake. Your starburst block is great.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful block and darling grandkids!! Love the picture of the moon!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful block! I think the Christmas Bag is perfectly unnoticed, or atleast I would not have if you hadn't mentioned it. Did he?ReplyDelete