While working on different projects I finally finished the teal log cabin RSC16 blocks
I also decided to cut into the plaid FQ bundle I just got from Generation Q to make at test bib for Anja
I had traced a bib already onto paper and cut it out by folding it in half to make sure it was the same on both sides then I folded a FQ and laid a piece of batting inside and traced around it, pinned it and cut it out
then did two rounds of plain zig zags around it in a matching pink
Then I used my NEWEST tool- a cam snap (got it from amazon)
and this tool is SO awesome! super easy and fast!
so much easier than adding velcro or a button.
and VOILA! it’s done ( I flipped it up so you could see the snap closed together on the bib, but of course it would be flipped down on the baby)
I had one bib with the zig zag around and I don’t mind it, so I might wait and see how it washes before making another one, otherwise I’ll just make those by turning them inside out)
I also finished another Women of the bible block
This is Hannah
And a little update on the chicks
The chicks are already big and if we don’t open the coop early enough in the morning they jump out this window (for venting- which needs to be sealed up before it starts getting cold)
then we also have 4 (now 3) baby chicks we bought.
The big chicks are just funny, here one morning they were by our porch on top of a chair looking in the window!
And the bye bye is my husband saying goodbye to his Mustang, his midlife crisis car he’s had for a few years, he felt like it was a shame and a waste to just have it sit there and maybe ride it once or twice on the weekends, so it sold it to this guy who’s a game board developer CEO actually.
Now hubby says I can upgrade my voyager (the upgrade is kind of pricey and I’m 90% happy with my machine, so it’s not a MUST have and it has to wait now as the owner who does it has at least a 3 month wait or more- so maybe an early Christmas present! – I’m not in a rush)