We have gotten into our routines that, while still feeling pretty odd, are become our norm for now. Sundays are like that with a chance to see friends face to face in a group meeting as we pray together and study God's word followed by the online service our church is doing. Then the afternoons we have turned into our time to play. Yesterday it meant spending the day in the yard doing some work on a project we have been thinking about for a couple of years. Still more work to do on that. You would think that after 36 years of marriage we would be better communicators, but when I have one thing in mind and my beloved hubby another it can get pretty interesting. Thankfully we work pretty well together even when that means taking things back to square one so that my vision can come together.
It also means I did not spend any time sewing yesterday. So first let me share the block I made for yesterday's block 41. My hint for this one is a piggy bank...hmmm....
And the block is called Thrifty.
This is another one that makes use of 4-patch units.
And here is your hint for Block 42.
This block is called Hens and Chickens. As all I could think about was sweet little baby chicks I went with some golden yellows for this one-even a very pale one in the center.
So today marks 42 days. I am getting quite a collection of blocks on my design wall. I do have a couple of ideas about how I might want to put these together once I know how many blocks I have to work with.
I am glad to hear that others are enjoying making them as well. Be sure and click on the link below for pdf versions of most of the blocks. I keep saying I will be adding the others, but time has not permitted that just yet.
Passing the Days pdf patterns
I wish you a day of peace wherever you are and
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Sitting at His Feet
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