In an attempt to cheer myself up a little after a pretty rubbish day yesterday; no shows, sad news and crap weather to top it off; I flung myself into my July Bee blocks last night.
'Do what you like', Judith said; 'I like this', Judith said, 'OMFG', I said!!
With a bucketful of trepidation I cut into the lovely Oakshotts, in red and cream, with only a bit of a plan and these are what I came up with... (It was very windy and I didn't want to have to retrieve the blocks from the neighbour's tree, hence the accessories)...
I have been able to post about these early, as Judith doesn't really want any repeats and has given us her blessing and I am pretty pleased with the results, so I am not going to keep quiet am I? Now I just have to whip up a siggy block; but I'll keep that a secret for Judith.
I got my Japanese swap charms in the post today, so I am crossing off a lot of this week's 'To Do' list, and look what I washed today...
..twice, 6 colour catchers (thanks Cindy!) and I started cutting it belatedly for the Kaleidoscope QAL - a double whammy, as it'll gain me another tick if I can face cutting the rest!
Apologies I haven't got round to replying to all your recent comments, but for all those who gave the D9P a big thumbs up for my mum, thank you. I will get on to it at the weekend, I promise, (ballet-free at long last!).