RSC15 week 22

LOOK WHO MADE IT!

Mr. Green was very determined this week and so was I.  Despite a lot of distractions, I completed all of the red and orange blocks and most of the yellow ones.  I was anxious to see the dark green blocks, so I snuck in a few of them before working on the lime.  After four of the lime, the bobbin ran out late on Friday and I called it quits. Fortunately for Mr Green, he made it in his rightful place after all.
Oh, oh, I see from the photo that one of the blocks is going the wrong way, which is a good reminder to snap a photo before going too far and having to rip again.
I am running out of floor space, but lucky for me, the new color is light blue/greenish, which just happens to be my next color.  Looking forward to less pressure in June!

I link up with RSC15 and Sew Cute Tuesday.

RSC15 week 13, more goldens

At last we have golden sunshine and March, which gave us one last lion roar, is going out like a lamb.  My yellow balloon blocks are getting anxious to have some new ones to join them.  So I have spent some of this week working on my boy quilt for Project Linus.  I added the 1-1/2 inch black sashing, which really makes them snap.  The rest will not take long and spring is getting me out of my rut and ready to move on.

RSC15 week-11

What could be lovelier than these mini daffodils!  My son and daughter started getting them for me a few years ago.  So on this first day of sunshine and 50’s, my living room is now glowing as well.  They are my very favorite flower, especially now that we are living in the upper Midwest.
You also can see my granddaughter’s sunny smile and the only piece of quilting that my mother ever made, this cathedral window pillow done in the 80’s. It all really says “happiness” to me.

This really inspired me to get my yellow blocks done for today to add to my Linus quilt.  I really love the three colors together, and am excited about getting more colors in it. See below.  I took the pic in daylight, which really is the only way for me to get true color.  The pink block no longer looks orange!