I'm a little late with this post - I've been too busy celebrating the holidays and enjoying the heck out of being off work for a week! I actually had this week's step finished Friday night. I was surprised to see purple again! When are we going to use those greens and yellows? I am thinking this week's step is going to require a lot of effort considering it in theory will consume 3.5 yards of fabric (assuming green and yellow are the only colors we use). I am looking forward to seeing the reveal.
I couldn't resist including a picture that my daughter took of my little guy at the vet last week. He's been having trouble with one of his back legs so we had him checked out. We learned that the poor little guy has a dislocated patella. It's seriously dislocated - all the way over on the side of his knee! The doctor said we could have it repaired surgically but that it would be pretty tough on him at this age (he's nearly 11) so pain management might be the better option. He seems to be handling it pretty well with only occasional pain so we will have to wait and see if it gets any worse.
Back to sewing... I have been working on my Magic of Christmas blocks and finished two each of two more. I still have quite a few more to finish. They are pretty tedious with LOTS of pieces so I plan to continue mixing them in between other more mindless projects.
While working on En Provence and the MoC blocks I managed to finish another row of tumblers and then joined the two sections I had assembled thus far. I still have a very long way to go but I love it!
I decided to get a head start on my 2017 UFOs by working on my Disappearing Nine Patch. I have just completed all of the nine patches and will head to the sewing room now to cut them up and start assembling blocks. This one has been hanging around for a long time...started in 2007. I'm thinking it deserves to be finished by its 10th anniversary!
Back to the sewing room for me! Check out Bonnie's Monday Link-up to see how others fared with this week's nice and easy clue!