Saturday, January 8, 2011

Cerulean Sky

I'm thinking of calling this one Cerulean Sky.  I didn't have much time to work on it today, but I am so close to getting the blocks done that I am debating finishing them up now versus getting to sleep at a decent hour and starting fresh in the morning.  I think tomorrow is fairly open.  There is laundry of course, and Ryan has a Lego Robotics thing in the afternoon.  Not too much at all 
Today was ice skating for Anna at the same time as Girl Scouts for Sydney.  That took the morning.  Then after lunch there was an OM meeting which Kurt led, while I took Anna to Girl Scout rock climbing. She and her friend Sierra spent a huge chunk of time hanging upside down when their arms were tired from climbing. 

10 comments:

Quilter Kathy said...

Love the sky quilt! Hope you get some sleep!!

Ruthie said...

What a pretty quilt!

Cherry Red Quilter said...

Love the quilt - bet you can't wait to finish it - sleeping is optional!

Amanda said...

I;m wondering what you decided to do, quilt or sleep. I really like the border on your quilt, it brings it all together so well.

Lilian Pilar said...

I love your proposal for this year, gathering all the remnants of the same tone and then make a quilt or blanket .... the idea is great .... Congratulations!
if I could I would like to join below, and are just beginning in this world of patchwork and I have enough fabric to make this wonderful project ... a big hug and excellent start to the week ...

Comfort Cove Designs said...

The quilt is looking great!!! I'm hoping to get back to my little project sometime this afternoon. First thing is a few little household chores.. yep I know.. booooorrrrring!!!!

Hey nothing wrong with hanging out upside down.. you see the world in a whole new perspective!!! :)

Quiltingly Yours
Andrea

krisgray said...

Love the title, and the quilt - very serene and uplifting.

Gail said...

Beautiful quilt! Beautiful daughter, even upside down!

heather said...

It is turning out great. I have a bunch of 16 patch blocks that I may turn into this at some point during this challenge.

Helen in the UK said...

Loving how this is coming together :)