I've made not one.....
but two quilt tops this week.....
Not much Indigo in these two, but there are a few bits of blue, such as this.
Isn't it cute fabric?
I also made a library bag for my daughter's foster son.
The two quilt tops and this bag have been personalised with the child's name which I have fuzzed out for privacy. The fabric on the bag is a print of leaf litter with all sorts of lizards and crickets and snails on it. Perfect for the little man, who adores all that sort of stuff. The grin on his face was my reward. I asked him if he minded me taking his photo, and he very graciously stood still for a nano second while I took it. LOL
I also finished up the batch of draw string bags I have been making for the Samaritans Operation Christmas Child program. The Samaritans distribute shoe box sized boxes to be filled with goodies and which are then distributed to third world countries. This is what 77 bags looks like.....
Besides these, I gave 4 to my daughter for each of her 4 children and kept 2 for myself. Total = 83. All of the fabrics had been donated to me for the charity quilts I make, and I'd probably never use them in a pink fit, so I was glad to get them made up into something useful instead of tossing them. I think that will do me for this year.
And this morning I started on a skirt for myself.
Its an old pattern I have used before, and I love the way the skirt sits on me. I've had the fabric for a few years too. So I'm pleased as punch that its getting done. But..... there's not a smidge of indigo there either.
Lastly, I'd like to show you a Triffid that has grown out of the centre of this cactus.
Isn't it awesome? We have had the cactus in that tub for at least 7 years, and its the first time it has grown one of these flower stalks. I am quite interested to see the flowers when they emerge, but sadly, I think it will be while we are away.
I'm linking up with Angela's Rainbow Scrap Challenge link party even though there isn't anything here which fits the indigo bill. Hope she doesn't mind.
Til next time.....Keep on stitching