My adored grandmother used to always say start out the way you intend to go on ......
Well since Tuesday's turn of events I have been getting up each morning and getting myself ready as if I am going to work. I have to drive Amy to the bus at 7am anyway so I figure I might as well be dressed and ready for the day. I don't want to get into bad habits so I'm trying my best to stay motivated.
I'm also making an effort to economise and be frugal in the kitchen. I hope it lasts but today I whipped up a batch of meatballs in the slow cooker for dinner - They were delicious and a firm family favourite. I'll share the recipe and steps next week.
I had a bit of a lazy day but did manage to delve into the scrap bin for this new project I am doing. I am a member of "The Fussy Cutters Club" on Facebook and we are doing a stitch-a-long to make Judy Newman's Dilly Bag towards the end of the month so I decided to get a head start.
I am certainly going to be diving into that scrap basket a fair bit into the future I think.
I have been plodding along with my Lucy Boston Blocks. This is such a lovely project and so easy to do. I am finally getting to use up some of my treasured shabby fabrics.
And some of my leftovers. I look at this block and the centre fabric which I have used in other projects instantly reminds me of them.
Here are all 7 of my blocks together. I think I will do 36 for a 6 Block X 6 Block Quilt.
If you want to try your hand at Lucy Boston Blocks I have the papers over in my STORE. They are super easy to do.
Well I had best be off I plan to get into the garden today and plant some seedlings.
Have a great Friday and an even better weekend.
Hugs - Fee x