Sunday, March 19, 2017

SUNDAY SNAPS



I’m behind on my posts because I’ve been out and about with company from Australia. But, I did get these snapped.

This week’s prompts:

“A Picture of Me”


A part of me anyway.

“Fave Part of Day”


Sitting back and relaxing.

“Miniature”


My miniature schnauzer.


“Two Tone”


Beautiful daffodils in Volcano, California.


“Glass”



‘Nough said.


“In Motion”


On the freeway to Palm Springs.


“Over”


Over Palm Springs from the Tram.


“Key”


I really wanted a picture of a Key lime pie. I settled on this Kee-Wee

“Off Center”

Gunter, my German Shepard.

“Daily”

At least 3 times daily.

These prompts are from Fat Mum Slim’s Photo-A-Day. On Instagram she is #fmspad. I hope you enjoy them.

Marilyn


Sunday, March 5, 2017

SUNDAY SNAPS


This week’s prompts:

“Artsy”


I just love artsy fabric.


“New”


New freesia popping up in the garden.


“Evening Sky”


A repeat photo; but, it’s so worth it.


“Something Blue”


When did this happen?


“My Breakfast”


Some days breakfast is just a quick bite.


“Upside-Down”


Ever feel upside down?


“A Contrast


Do you like sweet or savory? Maybe Both.


These prompts are from Fat Mum Slim’s Photo-A-Day. On Instagram she is #fmspad. I hope you enjoy them.

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

RANDOM WEDNESDAY




Remember that modern quilt I was making. It’s finished.


I am calling it City Blocks. Thank you to Joe Cunningham for such a fun workshop which he calls “Rock the Block”. For more information on Joe, take a look at his web site here.
I backed the quilt with fabric I picked up a few years ago at Ikea. I also used a facing binding instead of the traditional method of binding.

Last week I was at a quilt retreat at a nunnery in Temecula, California. It is such a lovely spot for a retreat. I captured this photo on our way to dinner.


While there I worked on several small projects I needed to catch up on. I did manage to make this quilt top for philanthropy.


I am thinking it will make some little girl very happy.


I hope you have a good week and

Quilt happy,

Marilyn