I remember Ed Emberly drawing books from WAY back. I won't go into too much detail about how far back. But anyway. I've been an Ed Emberly fan for a LOOOONG time. I think I covered some of my school notebooks in frogs like that back in the day.
These elephants are KILLING me! Really.
I'm having a "drop everything and cut these" sort of moment right now. Do you think we need to have dinner tonight?
I had more fun mail this week! In addition to a box from Godiva Chocolates on my porch I got a package from Sarah containing these blocks. Aren't they great?
The coloring on these looks a little off. I tried to fix it but, hey, it's kind of dark around here these days.
It is a good thing I am almost finished with this quilt. I finished the top today so just basting and quilting to go. I am eager to get working on these orange and teal stars. I am still awaiting blocks from on person but I hear they are in the mail! Wooo Hoo.
We have pies in the oven and a turkey in the fridge. Have a great day tomorrow.
Today I spent the day getting caught up on my bee blocks for Sarah. She wanted free pieced girls on a pink background. I love the way this first one turned out.
I tried to give the next girl some braids. I ended up making her head twice and it still didn't turn out like I envisioned. As it is she grew so tall she almost didn't fit in the 12 inch block. I found these blocks to be challenging. They require a lot of thought and planning.
Also, I got Lisa's star blocks in the mail today. Aren't they great?