Thursday, March 25, 2021

Well it is coming close to the end of another week, just a few days left. Heck just a few days left of this month.

Thought that I would share a few pictures with you.

My scrappy disappearing 9 patch quilt. This was before I decided to do a border of complete 9 patches at the top and bottom. I am now deciding if I want to do the same thing on the sides of the quilt. I might just do two rows of complete squares on each side. I now know how long and how much work goes into something other than a regular 9 patch and will plan accordingly the next time.

The three masks for Kris to take back with him when he comes home this weekend. I still need to put the elastic through the side casings. But I want to have him here so I can get the right length. The weather is not supposed to be very nice this weekend. Snow is predicted and strong winds. In fact we could be in for the last snow storm of what could be considered winter still here in Saskatchewan. Heck one year we got snow in May that stuck around in the shady areas until the end of June.

Then I decided to try and make a bunting for Easter. 

I am going to try my hand at a Peeps bunting and I have the bunny shapes all cut out ready to sew and stuff. I may even cut out a few more to make some kitty toys for Eiko.

Everybody have a wonderful evening.

God bless.


  1. Love the nine patch, can't imagine having snow stick around until June. I would love to see pictures of the bunny production when all done. How cute!

  2. I love the design of your quilt. It looks lovely.

  3. It’s been a long time since I saw a scrappy quilt with beautiful colours like yours. I love your peep idea.

  4. The quilt and masks are lovely. You'll have to share your bunting as I have no idea what that is...silly me.

    Take care, stay well!

  5. Lovely quilt, that red really pops with the blues. I can find myself tangled up with the easiest of blocks, Jackie.
    Meanwhile, a wild rain and wind storm here today. Will probably take the last of the snow. No snow in our forecast which would make this March ending very unusual for here.

  6. I love the quilt top, Jackie! Right now, I am making our granddaughter an angel quilt. It is a simple quilt, using angel fabric mixed with calicos and some solids. I made one for her older sister for her brthday and I want this one done by her October birthday. Since I am crocheting baby hats and an afghan also, I have to divide up the crafty work into sessions. Love it, though. Scrappy quilts are in my future! Mary