Sunday, September 9, 2012

Where did the weekend go?


This weekend has gone by so fast.  We got a little drier air a cold front came through and there was a nice breeze today but the temperature was still in the 90's.  I did a little cleaning up in our yard today.  Got a couple more bushes planted and some weeds pulled.


Here is another Granny square block.  These blocks are so much fun to make.  I think I have done a total of 5 so far.   I had a few more to show you but the photos did not come out to well.  It was starting to get dark outside so I will have to try again tomorrow.  I got a secret quilt quilted this weekend and a little bit of secret sewing done.  All I have to do on the quilt is trim it up and sew the binding on and down.  

Hope y'all have a great week.  


23 comments:

  1. I really love the fabric you used in this one!

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  2. Great job! I love the fabric. I would love to have you share your beautiful quilts at my first linky party. http://lifeonlakeshoredrive.blogspot.com/2012/09/the-bouquet-of-talent-sunday-linky-party.html

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  3. Oh, love those colors and prints in your granny square!! Can't wait to see your secret quilt and sewing! Have a great week! xo Heather

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  4. lovely block Donna everyone seems to be doing granny squares.xx

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  5. Surely Spring will bring you cooler weather Donna. That way you can enjoy your sewing even MoRe ! Perhaps even some gardening too! :)

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  6. Ooh, secret sewing! Look forward to the reveal :-) Did some weeding and planting (spring bulbs) here too, but sadly no sewing. Love your granny squares too. xx

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  7. What weekend? Ha-ha!

    Good morning, Donna! Secret sewing? That sounds fun! Your granny squares are as cute as can be! I love to see ladies doing things that make them feel happy and make them feel good about themselves.

    See my latest blog post for a cottage update. ♥

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  8. Super cute Granny Square Donna! I can't wait to see the finished piece!
    Erica :)

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  9. It's so nice hearing from you. =) Can't wait to see what you are making!

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  10. These are so cute. I love the way the colors go together...envious...smiles...Renee

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  11. Looking forward to the sewing surprise!! I have been meaning to try a granny square or two...we'll see.

    chris

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  12. Here the weather is changing to Fall, I love it. It feels so wonderful out and in the Garden things are coming to and end and It's almost time to start a winter Garden..Love your Granny Square. thank you for sharing it...Happy Tuesday with love Janice

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  13. you’re a great professional for writing it, congrats.

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  14. Love that square. I'm glad your weather is changing. I'm dying for real fall weather here. Still about 90 here. Enjoy!

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  15. Hi there! I am so glad I came across your blog; your quilting is absolutely beautiful! I became a follower and I will definitely enjoy following your lovely work.

    Blessings to you,
    Stephanie

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  16. Hello dear, how long!
    I just came to leave a hug and say I miss.
    Have a blessed weekend.
    Luciana

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  17. Oh what a pretty granny square!! :o)

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  18. I'm wondering where both last weekend and this weekend went, as well as the days in-between! Well we had a baby and brought mom home and went on vacation so I guess that explains the craziness. Just checking in to say hi and see how you are doing. Take care my sweet friend.
    Hugs,
    Julie

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  19. I love your granny block. Love the fabric.

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  20. Hi Donna ~ Your granny squares look great... love your fabric choices. That Raggedy Ann and Andy fabric from your previous post is so sweet too. I can see why you'd have a hard time cutting it up. Your blog always makes me smile :)

    Hope you have a good week too.
    ~ Angela

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  21. Oh...The weekends do fly by...and, especially in the Fall months leading up to Christmas! It seems there is so much to do...so many get togethers and end of season gardening loose ends to tie up.
    I enjoy your beautiful blog and always enjoy seeing your sweet lavender header with it's old fashioned charm.
    Have a nice remainder of the week, dear Donna.
    Carolynn xo

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