Welcome to Treadlestitches!
Also this morning, we attended Baby Buddy's baptism (that's the young pastor holding him). The poor little baby cried even before his head got wet, but he calmed down when it was over. His cousins even had him laughing. It was just the family at the church, wearing masks to keep each other safe.
Can you see the logo on the wall above for Northwell Health? It just really caught my eye, especially as part of such an historic occasion. I'm not sure exactly what I'm going to do with the design, but I definitely need half square triangles.
So, if you're following along at home, that's NINE bright pink projects. Thank goodness I have a notebook to keep track of them. (I always buy notebooks at the Back to School sales.) Maybe I won't have as many math errors this year, if I keep an accurate count of how many blocks I've made. I also won't have to look for the patterns and measurements every month when a new color is announced.
This is the box the set of mugs came in. Are you thinking what I'm thinking?
Scrap storage! This is a new home for many of my reproduction fabric scraps--5 in. squares in dark and light, 3.5 in. squares, and 2.5 in. x 4.5 in. bricks. I had to take the divider out to get everything to fit, but it works really well. Nice and tidy, and ready to go.
The blocks are small, only 4.5 in. finished, so if my math is right (ha!) I will need at least 64 of them if I want to make a 36 in. square, or 80 of them for a quilt 36 in. x 45 in. That should keep the treadle pedal pumping.
I hope you have an amazing week, doing things you love to do. Be well, and stay safe!
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