My brother's quilt so took over my life this month, that I had no expectation of finishing up my monthly goal for OMG. Then, it all happened faster than I thought it would. I give credit to the crappy weather, since there isn't much else to do around here.
When I started the EI-EI-OH section of And on that Farm, I was thinking all of the three poultry pictures were roosters. Actually, the middle section of the triptych is a hen. Sorry, ma'am.
When she was finished and fused down, Sadie wondered if she could help with the third portion.
Looks like you're in need of a feline papurrweight!
Let me just smooth out the wrinkles in these papurrs you have here.
Yes, and this job was made so much easier with help from my furry friend. The second rooster was finished in no time.
Eventually, these will be sashed together, but that will have to wait for when the quilt is sewn together in the end. This is only the second section of eight.
The next time I work on it, I'll be doing this section, entitled "She Had Some Chicks." And kittens too, apparently.
Today I'll be linking up to:
If I can get that finished, I'll work on the next row of blocks for the Hobo quilt. It seems like its been ages since I've worked on either one of those.
This morning, I'll be working to finish up the 10th block for Hocuspocusville. There's just the remainder of the tree and a little bit of clothesline to do in the upper left corner. I don't know if I can get it finished this morning, but I'm going to try.
Our dreary gray skies and rain continues through the week. I was hopeful we'd have a nice weekend, but that isn't in the forecast. It's a long time until Saturday though, and things can change.