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Sunday, January 15, 2017

SLOW SUNDAY

When you have a cold your day goes slowly, well mine has pretty much slowed to a halt today.

Yesterday even though I knew I was coming down with a cold but I was feeling well enough to sew most of the day.
It was too cold to go out and help with feeding the cattle and by the way we had 8 calves born this week. Pretty Red cows was not one of them thou.
One of the heifers here had a calf today but I get a picture when I feel better.


Update;
I am reposting this at Elm Street Quilts to show my January finish. Thi quilt is at the quilter right now and wish I had it back to finish the binding.


Finished the Vintage Christmas Quilt.
This is my January OMG


The pattern was well written and easy to follow.




It shows when you have so many pieces to sew together and it measures out right when attaching a multi blocks to a solid piece.





And I have to say partly to that I found my 1/4" and was pretty consistent. But instructions are great. 




Yesterday I figured a pot of Chicken soup would fix me but unfortunately not quite work. Today I have had the energy of a slug. But I had leftover soup so didn't have to make dinner.

I did have a spurt of energy this afternoon long enough to try the cutter I received for Christmas. 



Decided to cut the 2.5" strips need to make this months RSC17




Some of the purple I collected



I love it, made all this success in less than 2 hours.  That's collect, press and cut.

Linking up with Kathys

so scrappy

7 comments:

  1. Love the vintage Christmas quilt, it is stunning. That machine is amazing, how clever is that. Hope you feel better soon.

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  2. I love the trucks even more now! Hope the cold soon goes, it is horrid when they linger isn't it. Keep having the soup and taking care of yourself!

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  3. You made quick work of those PURPLE scraps!! Looking forward to seeing what you do with them.

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  4. The soup looks so delicious! Hope you are feeling better!

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  5. The Vintage Christmas Quilt turned out beautifully! I love those red pick ups! Hope you are feeling much better now. Colds are definitely no fun!

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  6. hope your feeling all better now....catching up on a pile of posts.....love the truck quilt.......and in another post the signature blocks are looking great...

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  7. It came out wonderful Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and congrats on your finish!

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