I played a little more catch-up (ketchup?) (also red, btw) with sewing my red scrap blocks. With yesterday's Centennial stars safely tucked into their bin, I tackled a Buckeye
and a Whatchacallit Star. (I'm a sucker for stars, I freely admit.)
Most of the blocks I make have scrappy backgrounds, but my Whatchacallits are all using the same white-on-white fabric. It's a good use for the WoW, which I originally bought for a different quilt and then changed my mind.
And we all know I had to make another piglet. I've been making them since the end of 2015, and it's just too hard to stop. (Try to ignore the fact that he looks like he's swearing...)
And who could resist this chirpy little clucker?
When I mentioned I was clearing up the piles of strips on my cutting table, several people expressed concern about it being an ideal hideout for monkeys. There was worry that they would spring out at me. (I promised to wear a helmet)
Well, as predicted, several did jump out at me, then scampered off giggling. I only got a picture of this one, and only because he tripped over my foot and hit his head on the table leg.
I fixed him an icebag and told the other monkeys to stop hooting at him, then he joined his buddies under the couch.
Rascals, every one.
I just hope the chickens don't get any ideas from them...
Linking with ScrapHappy Saturday at SoScrappy. Come see red with us!
And also with Scraptastic Tuesday at She Can Quilt. There's just no end to the fun!