Well, the holidays are over and the inevitable has come…time to take down the Christmas tree and decorations! I sure don’t like this part. Thought about leaving the tree up all year (I love the lights) but figured that wouldn’t be acceptable..sigh. So, ornaments and garland off the tree and now I have to figure out a new container for the tree itself. It’s old home has given up the ghost. Problems, problems.
Here are a couple more designs for background fill on quilts. Just imagine a beautiful applique in the center of either of these fills. They were fun to do, fun to learn, and I’m looking forward to trying them out on some quilts this year.
My 365 Challenge is going well. This is Day 3 and I have 3 blocks complete – 3″ blocks. That means I only have 362 more to do before Jan. 1, 2016. Right on task – wonder if that will be true 6 months from now, or 6 days from now for that matter.
I found reference to another type of 365 challenge that I thought was a terrific way to be ready for the holidays next year. I wish I could give credit to its inventor but can’t locate that information. So here it is:
Find a jar and keep it handy. On day 1 put 1 cent into the jar, day 2 put 2 cents in, on and on, day 100 put $1 in and on day 365 put $3.65 into the jar. If you are good all year, on day 365 you will have $667.95. Great, effortless spending money! I think I will try it!
Watching Downton Abby over again in prep for the last season (sob). Love this series and my Amazon prime has all 6 seasons. I’m up to Season 3, Episode 4. Need to watch the rest of that season, then season 4 and 5, then, alas, the final season starting in the USA now. I love this show and love the way the costumers have integrated its’ story into the quilting world. The second time through really lets me SEE what is there, the fantastic fabrics and costume design, the wonderful home as well as the incredible countryside.
Back to the tube…happy quilting. Karen