Friday, February 17, 2017

And the blocks go on

and on and on.  There'll be about 121 of these little guys, and I've done 28, so we're all going to get very tired of them soon.  But since I'm posting these as a log of what I'm doing, I'll continue to post and yawn.  Here are the latest 5.  Click on a pic to embiggen it and get a much better idea of how the blocks really look.

Photographed on the porch floor.  It's so sunny out that I am looking for a good spot to take pics.  This next one is on the kitchen floor.  The reality of the color is probably closer to the top picture.

And here are the rest, all on the porch floor:

Happy Birthday to me. Older, with a couple more aches, wrinkles, and other aging moments. But it's awfully good to be alive!  The other day I realized that I have known people born in the late 1800's, 1900's and 2000's.  My grandmas were born around 1875 and 1885.  My dad in 1909 and my mom in 1914.  And my sister and I and our kids were born in the mid-late 1900's.  Grands in the 2000's.  Pretty neat, no?


Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

love your blocks - what size quilt is this going to be? Happy Birthday to you!

Julierose said...

Happy birthday!!;)) Love those little bees one...but they are all so yummy--hugs for a great celebration weekend (I make my birthdays last as long as possible lol) Julierose

Chantal said...

Happy Birthday to you! I love your EPP hexagons. The colors are beautiful as is the design. It is going to be a beauty when it is done. Steady wins the race! You will get there.


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