I am just so excited. I have had one of the fullest days I've had in a long time, I am feeling much better than I was last night (thank you for the well wishes), and I still finished two things today! YEAH! Not only did I watch a great game of basketball (my son had a game tonight), I got the sashing and the borders on my Full House, and I finished block 31 of 366! I made it a whole month. Honestly, there were days when I was wondering if I would make it, but I did...a whole month. Only 11 more months to go, and February is a short one! :)
I did use Nancy Halvorsen's Garden Song fabric for this quilt. I used what I had and let me tell you, I used almost every centimeter of it. And of course, as usual, I had that song "Little Pink Houses" going through my mind the whole time I was working on it. Now to just get it quilted and hanging on my wall!
Today's block is Oklahoma Boomer. I kept looking at the block all day and I really didn't get it, that is until I started cutting the pieces. There is a 1-inch square in it, a 1-7/8-inch square cut in half for the triangles, and finishes at 6 inches. It wouldn't have been a block I normally would have chosen to make, but it really was fun working with the smaller pieces.
Today is a great day to celebrate in our family. It is my sister-in-law's birthday, her mom's birthday, and my nephew's birthday...yep, they were all born on the same day (different years). My brother-in-law's birthday is today too if you can believe that. I hope they all had a wonderful day!
I'm linking today with Fabric Tuesday. Happy Stitching!! --Kristen