Monday, May 30, 2011

Memorial Day and a winner

It's a holiday weekend around here so not much computer time. We've been visiting family a lot this weekend so I have had some good hexi time in the car.

Outside the weather feels like early March instead of the first day of summer. (boo.) We had a neighborhood breakfast this morning which had to be moved inside a neighboring church. Since we've been home I've been on a cleaning rampage.  Now I'm off to tackle my sewing room/disaster area.

But first, a winner of the SewObsessed Fabrics giveaway:
Jodi said...

N Jane, of course, and the MM Poppy line

Happy Memorial Day to those in the States.

And wherever you are, I hope your weather is more pleasant than ours.

8 comments:

DJ Rose said...

Hating the weather. I went to a rodeo on Saturday and there was snow mixed in with the rain. Going again tonight and I'm putting the kids in snow clothes so we can hopefully stay to the end. :)

Aunt Spicy said...

hot. humid. yucky. will swap you places!

loving your hexi's!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Lovely hexies Amy and your flag quilt on the fence is awesome!

Quilter in the Gap said...

I hate that your weather was not pleasant. It was a blistering 97 here today (I heard we broke a record). I floated in the pool for a bit because IMHO it is too early to turn on the AC. Maybe I am cheap!! LOL

Linda said...

Here in south Texas the temperature has been in the 100's almost all week! We worked in the heat all day pulling posts out of the ground in preparation for a new fence. It feels more like August here than the end of May!

Lynn B said...

Amy,
I just love your blog! You have made some very beautiful things and I love your tutorials, they are so easy to follow, thankyou so much for taking the time to put them together.

Josefina said...

Me gustan mucho tus trabajos, son geniales.
Te felicito
Saludos
Josefina
tijeras y cuchara worpress.com

Emilie said...

Hey Amy. Yes, this comment is YEARS late, but did YOU make the flag quilt in this picture? Or was it an image from somewhere else. I am trying to track down the source. Thanks!

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