So that is just what I did as the rain came down my green log cabin blocks were started this morning and finished just before lunch.
While busy sewing, trimming and ironing I did have the help of a supervisor who spent just over half an hour gazing into my sewing room keeping an eye on what was happening. More likely keeping an eye out for worms after the rain.
Linking with Elm Street Quilts.
Back soon and in the meantime
Happy sewing all
Hi Karen good excuse to be sewing my friend,love your block,keep warm my friend xx
I lllllllove your new block, Karen!!!!!!! Keep sewing, my friend. You are wonderful!!! Kisses!!!
such a gorgeous block.... lovely to have the rain. I assume your visitor didn't
sit there and 'laugh' at you.... I giggle every time I hear them..
Looking great. Love the Kooka. We have them here too.
When we were in Australia I saw a kookaburra and knew what it was immediately, though I'd never seen a live one before.....Your green log cabin is a nice way to use scraps. Congratulations on the OMG achievement.
Love the scrappy greens. Glad some comments above let me know what that was in the tree! Amazing they hang around for an extended period of time like that.
Lovely block. Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and congrats on your finish.
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