Last night was the night to join in with Cheryll's Friday Night With Friends.
It took me a while to decide what to work on, and finally decided it was the perfect time to start adding the borders to my Splendid Sampler 2 blocks. It gives me a good idea on how the quilt will look and I'm pleased with the green fabric choice. There are several different green tones in the blocks, but they look fine with the borders. Twenty done, eighty to go.... and still a few more blocks to be made. This is part of my OMG for February.
What is it with cats? Joey was sleeping in his basket beside me for the whole time I was stitching, cutting and pressing. As soon as I put a block on the floor he was up and on the blocks. That wouldn't be so bad until the claws came out. He was not going to use my quilt blocks as a scratching board. Naughty boy! I realise he just wanted to have his photo on the blog, but he was moved along before he could damage anything. I did give him some cuddles later.
After we had dinner, I decided to work on my UFO project for the WOOFA Challenge. I added five of the red triangles, so making progress.
During the week I made my RSC blocks for this month. The colour is orange.
There aren't any really orange fabrics in my 1930s stash, but these aren't too bad. I quite enjoy making these pineapple blocks.
I can't say the same about my drunkard path blocks. I still find them rather fiddly and they are ending up being VERY drunkard path blocks. Not to worry, they are challenging me, which is not such a bad thing.
I'll be linking up with Sew Scrappy for these.