Monday, 26 January 2015

Monday - downhill to Friday!


I don't think I posted a warning on my "follow-a-long" with bitty blocks posts....




Sorry, but - "These small blocks are highly addictive" - There, now you've been warned!

 Do we really need to do more than one a month???





Have any of you ever seen (on TV) - in Gloucester UK - a bunch of people all run flat out down a rather steep hill. Not even sure why... its sheer crazyness, broken bones galore! Arms and legs everywhere. Ambulances wait in droves down the bottom....

Well, that's Monday for you. We all stand on top of that hill ready to run down towards Friday and a finish. Hmmm, makes you think.....

This week I need to work on all the Block of the Month projects for February - not a shlep, actually been looking forward to it. Digging through my stash for the right colours is always exciting.



Thanks to everyone for linking up to our Friday paper piecing party. I love your blocks. Really cool! Those little feather blocks are just tooooo darn cute!
 
  I love the multi coloured fabric feather block Medea made.
  Looks amazing.










 * Our Friday Link-Up winner - Link #3 - Lisa Marie. Your bluebird is seriously beautiful!
Let me know and I will send you your prize.


So, Its "On your mark, get set, GO!!!!"
The downhill race has begun ladies ......

Have a good Monday!



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6 comments:

Lisa Marie said...

Thanks so much Janeen! I've emailed you my pattern choice.

beaquilter said...

my feather is printed and scored ready for sewing, need to pick fabrics this morning, my weekend was just super busy

Vera said...

There is definitely some PP on my schedule this week ;) I wanted to link up with you since you started the party, lol.

Shannon said...

Your feather block is great, and I especially love that polka dot print on the end of the feather!

Medea Gador said...

Thank you Janeen! I'll show you soon the whole bag, hopefully.

Steve Turner said...

The people running downhill are chasing a cheese.