Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Work in Progress Wednesday

I actually had to look back to see what I accomplished this last week. Everything seems to be blurring together. I have been pretty busy at work and my back isn't doing to well right now. I have been going to physical therapy and doing all the exercises,  but it seems to be hurting worse. I am hoping and crossing my fingers that this isn't another kidney stone. I really don't want to deal with that again. However, if I have to be truthful I haven't been fantastic about drinking water recently.... which is usually when those little devils come around again.

Anyhow, on to my progress. It is more than I was think it was. I mean I did actually have a finish.

I finished my hexagon Christmas table runner.

Christmas hexagon table runner up close

And I have made 4 more blocks of my sister in laws wedding quilt, which I need to come up with a better name for. That is 8 blocks of the center of kiss me pattern by fig tree & co. That means I am about a 1/3 of the way done with the center blocks.

Wedding quilt progress

I also spent Sunday fertilizing my roses and citrus trees and cleaning out my Square foot garden beds so they are ready to plant when my seeds arrive in a couple days.

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6 comments:

  1. I really like the kiss me blocks...I will be adding this pattern to my list! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Love those yellow and grey blocks - great colour combo (visiting from WIP Wednesday)

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  3. Your hexagon quilt is so romantic. Love it and hope to see it in person later this month! Kiss Me is a great pattern name for a wedding quilt, too. So apropros.

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  4. My husband had kidney stones, so I have great empathy for your health concerns! I hope you are feeling better soon--and avoid the stones.

    Even with those obstacles, I'm impressed with what you've finished. Bravo to you!

    Elizabeth

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  5. The Kiss Me quilt looks fantastic. I've never seen that block pattern before and look forward to seeing all the blocks sewn together.

    I have 2 square foot gardens we are taking out this spring. Our yard is too shady to grow any vegetables except some herbs, so I will just use containers for those this summer.

    Have fun gardening and drink plenty of water!

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  6. Your fabrics for the Kiss Me quilt are so great and that's a lot of progress! Spring is almost here and it sounds like you'll be ready, enjoy.

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