|I loved the dance of light circles hitting the design wall!!!|
Calming but not stimulating following on the heels of a month of turquoise.
|All I did was take off the lid|
anyway, I cut out blue scraps for the lozenges pattern I'm doing for this year.
I started cutting the small 2" squares in light, and dark fabrics to make them.
that's where it stopped and I started quilting the spring bunny applique I started last Sunday
|Yes, some bright rayon threads should quilt it nicely!|
|12" X 12"|
I combined components of the pattern into one.
Oh don't worry, it's getting a fun binding, and beads, maybe even thick hand embroidery, then it's off to the family room easel.
|Magic and Merriment on the bunny tail|
and this... Salute !!!
On this day, in 1924, the first crossword puzzle book was published. Simon and Schuster commissioned the book to meet growing demand for these engaging puzzles, originally dubbed “word-crosses,” that first appeared in US newspapers a little over a decade earlier. Both the first and second printings of The Cross Word Puzzle Book sold out in weeks, so the publishers commissioned two more collections and rushed them to print. By the end of 1924, the books ranked No. 1, 2, and 3 on the national nonfiction best-seller list.(from writer's almanac)