Random notes from a single, property-owning woman who lives with cats. I've never fully recovered from learning this makes me exactly the type of person who would have been burned as a witch in the 1600's.
Sunday, February 3, 2013
Red skies at night, sailors delight. Red skies in the morning, sailors take warning. This is a signal to get you through the storm.
Star of Hope
It was fun to use this star patterned fabric for this block. I won about an eighth of this pattern at the Sewing Summit a couple of years ago and was happy to see it in my stash. I believe this was a gift from Fabricworm, so props to them!
Speaking of Sewing Summit, this patterned fabric is what was left over from fabric I took there for a fabric exchange. One of the lovely ladies there organized a color wheel exchange and each participant was assigned two colors to bring a stack of 5 inch squares to switch out with the others. I was assigned yellow and yellow-orange. I thought the seeded pattern would be fun for a color wheel and, in this case, fun for yellow colored squash blossoms.