Today we sew on our last circle!
Your last circle can be cut from new fabric – 4″ squares – OR you can trim down the cut out circles from the previous two rounds.
And here’s a close up of four very different Bullseye blocks – Millie had to help, of course.
All cats need to help, everybody with a cat knows that. Here are the blocks again.
And remember this from last week?
Next week we will be cutting our blocks into fourths so when you get all your circles sewed on this week, give your blocks a good press.
So you can see where we’re going with this, can’t you? We will throw our quarter blocks in a bag and grab two blocks at a time to sew together. This will be the place you need to match a corner – in the center when you sew two pairs together. I’ll talk more about this next week. For this week just get your last circle sewed on and your blocks pressed.
Carry on, Girls! You’re doing a great job!
Scott wondered if something was wrong since I hadn’t posted for several days and I said, no, that couldn’t be right but it is right – I have not posted since the short post about Hazel ‘s Birthday! Where does the time go?
This is what Becky and I did on Friday night – high school basketball.
On Saturday my friend Mareen came and we cleaned from 9-2:30 – that’s a lot of cleaning! There is always something to dust around here – ick!
Saturday night Rick and I went to the movie in Garner – The Mule starring Clint Eastwood – it was very good!
Sunday was church and then Reed came to sew in the afternoon. He got the first row on his log cabin quilt sewed and pressed. What a precise and careful sewer!
Monday was a trip to Verizon for Connie and me – tried to get our bill figured out and found that Rick HAD to upgrade his phone because his old phone was being phased out. Well, of course – you understand, don’t you? They have to force someone like Rick who had an old IPhone 4 to upgrade – haha!
So I finished Bloodline on Netflix – I loved it! Now I’m going back to finish Broadchurch.
And this morning I have a hair appointment. Remember when Harper spent New Years Eve with us? Her mom sent me this funny picture of Harper that I loved!
Just look at those flying ears!
Arlo is doing well – his dog brothers love having him home and just playing with a brother on the floor makes Arlo exhausted so he’s still confined to his crate for the most part. Ginny is doing a great job keeping him quiet so he can heal.
I’ll try to do better with posting – I’ve never described this as a daily blog because I don’t want it to feel like a job or a burden so when I get busy I just won’t be able to post. I don’t know how Jo manages to post twice a day. Wow! I am impressed because I don’t think I could do it.
Happy Bullseye Day!