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Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Catching up......

I made up for my no-sew Sunday by making two blocks yesterday.  Both backgrounds have some yellow in them so I hope they will help the other two with yellowish backgrounds look like they belong.  I will get a photo of all of the blocks tomorrow.

It is supposed to get up close to 60 degrees today and be down to 9 degrees by Tues. night next week.  Crazy weather.

18 comments:

Sewing Junkie said...

These will fit in well with the other ones. Terribly foggy this morning. Zero visibility. Chris

Beth said...

I like both of the stars!!! I think I may just have to think about making one of these (small) quilts! Maybe foundation pieced. I'll be waiting to see the whole family of blocks.

Plum Cox said...

Fab blocks! Love the fabrics!

Gene Black said...

Those look good Wanda.

Our high today is supposed to be 60 also. This weather is a little weird.

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

crazy indeed - up to 70 today and rain/ice/sleet/snow by Thursday and cold

Needled Mom said...

Those look wonderful. Loving the colors!

patty a. said...

Yes, I agree that adding a few more with yellowish background will work. It is warm here too! Maybe I will do some yardwork or wash the car (It is really dirty) after work!

Elaine said...

These are beautiful and your workmanship is exquisite. We actually are not going to be above 60 today-it was almost 80 on Sunday. I love the colder weather.

Cathi said...

We're having the same wild swings in temperature. I hope this wild weather isn't giving you a migraine.
I adore both those stars. Each one is like a little jewel, just sparkling!

JJM said...

Another pair of dazzling stars... how I love to see each one.

60 degrees ! ! ! But wait the cold temps are headed your way. Our news gal said last night that we are in for bitter cold temps ... colder than we have ever had in TEN DECADES ! And for 10 days yet. I'll keep you posted.

JJM

Nancy J said...

Super blocks Wanda, love the top one with my fav colours. Guess the cutting is the easiest part, and the lemon makes the points pop. Cheers from Jean

Mystic Quilter said...

Another two lovely blocks - the yellow geometric batik in the lover block background is a favourite of mine - have a couple of yards stashed

Pat said...

It may have been warmer outside but it sure was gloomy. I am not looking forward to the colder weather nor any snow.

Kevin the Quilter said...

Beautiful as usual Wanda! These will fit in very well I think! We are expecting some winter weather here. Hopefully it won't get too icy!

Muddling Through said...

Those are so pretty. I'm really looking forward to seeing your completed project. I just love to see you play with color and design!

Brown Family said...

It was 77 here at 6 PM it is now 46 at 1 AM it will not get out of the 30's tomorrow and in the teens on Tuesday.

Quiltdivajulie said...

Seventies yesterday - twenties tonight (with ice).

LOVE your stars!!

DBrez said...

I am a new fan of your excellent blog. I look forward to seeing what you're up to! These stars are gorgeous. Your composee of color is lovely! Can't wait to see how you put it all together. Happy quilting!
Donna in Harwich MA