Saturday, March 18, 2017

RSC2017 March

 I had a quiet day since my Washington Cherries went to the beach to see his brother.
I completed my blocks for March, the red ones, and am pleased with how it's going!
I timed myself for piecing one block (not counting the cutting process) and I require thirteen minutes  to complete it!  I have a good assembly line worked out!
Lena did a naughty-she ate through my yarn for this hat!  I knit for several rows not noticing my ball of yarn had fallen off my recliner and onto the floor....
Yes, she did it again!  Joins are so much fun!

9 comments:

  1. Uh oh......apparently your yarn was not only beautiful. It was TASTY!

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  2. Your blocks look amazing together!

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  3. Nice blocks! Are they all going together? I like that one different one in the middle of each row - very fun!

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  4. Squares are looking good!

    Rocky was a yarn biter. Thankfully Peno and Rupert aren't interested!

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  5. Oh, no!!! I had a scare last night when our very skittish male kitty got tangled in the yarn I am using for the Hap. Of course he ran away in terror as I chased him down the hall with the project trying not to break the yarn. By some miracle I managed to reel it all in with no damage. Joining lace would not have been fun.
    I love that star pattern so much!!! 13 minutes you say? It would be 13 hours for me!

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  6. Ooops. Im so glad LEna doesn t actually eat the yarn. I'd be in a huff. I dont like yarn joins!

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  7. Oh no! I hate joins. Your blocks are beautiful.

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  8. I love your quilt layout so far...those center blocks -- and the different colors of the rows next to each other...and the interplay of all of the geometric lines -- have so much visual impact! So striking.

    I'm guessing Lena wasn't very sorry...

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  9. Oh my your blocks are incredible!

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