Here are my 8 Dear Jane blocks so far. I'm caught up to the group. I don't have much seam allowance on the bottom far left block but oh well. I would never have attempted a project like this on my own. I bow to Anina who leads the group and instructs each block in the Dear Baby Jane Blog. She puts so much work into her instructions. I am enjoying the 2 block a week pace she has set. The blocks are on top of the gray fabric I'm going to use for sashing. I decided if I'm going to go Civil War I'm going all the way with a drab look. I didn't want to use black and I didn't want to use muslin so this gray seemed like a good choice.
My self-imposed fabric diet isn't going so well. I'm obviously terrible with diets and this one is no different. But there's always another Monday to start again. Right?
I got some Superbuzzy fabric this week along with some from Fat Quarter Shop. I'd be okay if they would stop getting in such great fabric! Its not my fault. I can't resist dots and kitchen fabric. I just can't.
I also got a Jolly Pack of Bees Knees, some of Glenna's fabric. She's redoing her website and going to list her feed sacks differently so I'm wondering what she will have when the change over is made. She's got such a fabulous selection. She's bad for my diet, too.
I finished my Bunny Hill table runner but I gave it to my mother-in-law today and didn't get a photo of it first. I wanted her to wash it first and e-mail me a picture so I'll post it when she sends it to me. It turned out so cute. I may do another one it was so fun. We had a belated Easter Egg hunt at my in-laws and I got a very very special egg! I'll save that for a future post. Maybe. Some things are almost too wonderful to brag about.
Have a great weekend.