The weather has certainly made my temperature quilt more exciting. The greens and yellows - cooler colors - have been prevalent for much of the month of March. I can't believe how quickly the year's blocks are growing.
I even had one day where the temperature did not vary more than the three degrees within the color range for the whole day. The high was 60* and the low was 57*.
Each month Michele and Sherri host the Minis and More Parade on the first day of the month. A selected pattern is chosen to stitch up for that month and it is always so much fun to see the same pattern sewn in different fabrics and colors. This month's design was Mini Painted Ladies. I used some Kaffe Fasset charms for mine. Instead of a rectangle, I made mine into a square so it can be used as a table topper instead. This would be a great full sized quilt.
Although I am terrible at remembering to wear an apron, I had a request from my niece for a "retro" apron. I can remember my grandmother wearing pretty aprons and this reminded me of her. The bib is removable and reversible.
While looking for something completely different, I came across a cross stitched collar that I made years ago for our daughter for Easter. I found some great fabric in my stash and made a dress to go with it and gave them to my daughter for one of her girls. Pardon the dark photos, but it was a gloomy day.
Continuing along the Easter theme here, I recently saw a wonderful paper pieced pattern on IG. I sewed up one as a gift for a dear friend and then had to make one for our home too. The piece is title Good Friday and is by Paper Panache.
Our son and his family are coming for Easter so computer time will be lacking. I wish everyone a blessed Easter.
Linking up with Midweek Makers and Freemotion by the River.