Tonight, however, I treated myself to some time at the machine, cutting mat and ironing board! First up was to finish my block commitments.
|This 'Annie's Choice' block is on its way to Ann in Nova Scotia.|
|Broken Herringbone block in orange.|
|And in red! Both of these are going to Joshua|
I finally finished the January block for the Riley Blake Block of the Month. As its now at the end of the month I think I'll leave February and do it at the same time as the March block! I don't really like being behind, but this is probably the best use of my time.
|January Riley Blake BOM|
|Nearly ready for quilting!|
Sarah's tutorial is great - I really enjoyed trying something new and am pleased with how it turned out.
It has been immensely hot here, with quite a few days of temperatures over 40C (104F). I am so very grateful for the swimming pool and our air conditioning! Unfortunately I think at least one of our poor chickens has been a little sapped of energy during the heat. We discovered a tiny egg trying to hold its own next to the large ones that we collect each day.
The little egg on the right is on a teaspoon while the 'regular' sized egg is sitting on a dessert spoon. Both eggs tasted the same!!
So, if you don't live in Western Australia, what is the weather like where you are?