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Sunday, March 4, 2018

FNWF

After a busy day Friday the Mister decided he would cook Tacos for dinner which were very tasty and let me concentrate on what to sew for FNWF. I continued on from where I left off on Block 3 of my Yoko Saito project.....
When I started...
I got the rest of the prep work done and appliqued the little bird in place.
I worked on it most of yesterday and got nearly all the applique done....all the leaves etc.
I still have 1 and a half flowers to go......almost got it done!
It is time for a new colour in RAINBOW SCRAP CHALLENGE for March.
LIGHT AND BRIGHT GREENS......hmmm? Not a lot of that in my *greens* drawer!
Well it is a challenge after all. Lol!
Enjoy your day.....off to dig further into that drawer.
Namaste and Blessings Michelle xxx

31 comments:

  1. Hi Michelle your block is gorgeous,i love it,well done you nearly got it finished,sending you big hugs my friend xx

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  2. Your block is looking stunning Michelle - isn't it great when the men decide to cook dinner & you have all that extra creating time! And not have to think about food!

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  3. Great to have hubby organise yummy Tacos for dinner...
    The Yoko Saito blocks is lovely.
    Bet you found some more interesting greens in that draw!

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  4. WoW... you “done did” good Michelle...lol
    Lovely block...xox

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  5. Don't you love a bloke who cooks? Such pretty blocks......now, if you need bright greens you might like to poke through my stash.....

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  6. almost anything tastes better if someone else cooks it. Lovely project...again . . LOL

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  7. Yoko Saito block is gorgeous, especially the little bird. Rainbow challenge sounds a bit difficult, specially a bright green! I think I'd struggle a bit with that too. Light green should do it :)

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  8. Your block has blossomed beautifully xx

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  9. Your block looks wonderful Michelle! I am very impressed that your DH made dinner so you could get organised for FNWF 👍

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  10. These blocks are truly fantastic love them ❤️❤️❤️

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  11. Your block is looking great, Michelle.

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  12. Love your applique. Looks great.
    Like you not much green in my stach either. Enjoy your week. May all news be good news. 🤗🤗😍😍

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  13. Beautiful block Michelle, I love the little bird. xx

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  14. You did well getting so much prepped and made up - it does help when you don't have to stop to go and make dinner! I started the colour scrap challenge a couple of years ago hmmmmm

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  15. You are very talented, your work looks beautiful :)

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  16. Your applique work is beautiful Michelle - you made awesome progress over the weekend. Good on hubby doing the cooking for you - he comes in handy doesn't he :-)

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  17. that's a lot of work to be done.... Taco's sounds like a perfect meal....
    Hugz

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  18. Wow! You haven't taken long to do that block. It looks absolutely beautiful.

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  19. This one is growing nicely and looking lovely!

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  20. Beautiful block, love that little bird!

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  21. Your block is looking amazing, to me it seems to be coming together quickly! Well done hubby for cooking and giving you lots of sewing time.

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    1. Thanks so much Alice for your visit and comment x

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  23. Mmm no bright greens in my stash either lol. Plenty of Xmas green. Your block is gorgeous and this will be a stunning quilt when done

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  24. You do such lovely work! I have some bright greens... somewhere... haha! xx

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  25. Hi Michelle, love, love your block.

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  26. Thank you so much Sue for your lovely comment x

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