Three's a charm . . .
It took me three attempts before I finally got my little cabin to go in the right direction. I started Block Three of the Lace Cabins Sunday evening after I finished mending and some other odd chores.
Stitching is going to be interesting on this blue print. Looks like an angry sky, doesn't it. That's how winters look here on some days. We're never bored. Even when we get snow in the middle of May which is what happened on Sunday. I was worried that I would lose some of my tender young vegetable plants, but they survived. We're expecting rain on Tuesday and then 80s for the rest of the week into next week.
While I worked on this, I started a new book.
I've read a couple of Nancy Thayer's other books. They all take place on Nantucket. Who doesn't like an escape to the ocean? I know it's my favorite place to go, even without leaving the house.
While I caught up on Facebook yesterday, I ran across a post from this company.
I wanted to share it with you.
It's called So God Made a Quilter.
This is the free downloadable PDF version.
I hope you enjoy it. I sure did.
Thanks for stopping by,
Wishing you a day filled with countless blessings.
Can the cabins go on other blocks? They are all so cute! I love that background. It does look like an angry sky. Whatever you stitch will show up when people see it up close, and that's what's important. I'll have to check out your link.
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