These squares are part of my playing today with the Strip Tube Ruler by Cozy Quilt Designs.
Can you guess what the quilt pattern is? This is first set of blocks. Using the ruler and making tubes and then cutting makes these blocks sooooo very easy. It is now 2:30 p.m. and I didn't start on these until about one or so. Now I am headed back to the sunroom to add more blocks to my collection. But they will be a bit different color than these. More to come later on this project. Navy and Green. Love the combination.
The windsock is now finished and delivered for a basket at the Sunny Travelers RV Rally. Hope it helps raise some money for them. Jerry added the grommets at the campground a couple weeks ago and yesterday added the ropes for hanging. Great job.
The embroidery design is from Embroider Library.com and the basic instructions are from there as well. Came together pretty fast. My first windsock but probably not the last one.
The little fella below is the beginnings of a baby quilt. I used the fast four-patch method that Jenny at Missouri Star Quilt Co. shows in a tutorial on their site.
It was quick. Mine turned out fairly well given my method of cutting. My pieces did not start at 5 inches square but a shade over that. Making it harder for me to see the little markings on the ruler....so I kinda just judged where I needed to cut. Not bad turnout for winging it like that. Borders to come when I figure out what they should be. I found out Sunday I needed a baby quilt...so I know where this one is going as soon as it is finished.