Really old blocks, with some lovely new fabrics - I have a plan :-)
2 more finished star blocks to put in the box :-)
I am now the lucky owner of a hand-me-down IPod - handed down from DH, loaded with my favourite book files.
If you wonder, he has bought himself a bigger, better IPod for his files and photos.
I do not think it can put the kettle on, but it can do a lot of things, according to the happy owner :-)
There is never enough time to do everything, but there is always enough time to do the most important thing.
Congratulations with an ipod :) And those yellow blocks look great. Wonder what you are going to do with them :)ReplyDelete
Hei, stjerneblokkene er riktig så fine. Gleder meg til å se alle sydd sammen. også kommer du med knallgult midt oppi det hele. Følger spent med på planen!ReplyDelete
Sommerhilsen fra Ann-Mari
Nice stars but those yellow beauties... are adorable!!! :o)ReplyDelete
I will be watching for that plan to come together.....ReplyDelete
I appreciate your sharing with me how to do those point things, some time back. When I finally get around to making my Oxmoor inspired Christmas quilt I plan on including another poinsettia block and will need that lesson! Thanks again, Hanne.ReplyDelete
I look forward to see how you use yours. Reminds me of sun flowers. HMMMMMM
Riktig så flotte blokker. Har selv laget en del kuber og liker å pusle de sammenReplyDelete
Hanne, I sorry to hear that your DD's friend, was a victim. My heart goes out to her family and friends as well as all of the others who lost loved ones.ReplyDelete
You have peaked my curiosity as to what those blocks will become. I'll be watching. Love all of your star blocks, too.
De der gule solene så temmelig kjente ut. I hvert fall mange av stoffene....ReplyDelete