I've been feeling pretty happy lately. Although it's still a bit cold, it's been more Spring like. The longer days filled with bird song and sun make such a difference to my mood. At work things have been a bit of a strain with our computers and consequently cash registers, and debit machines acting up but I think things have all been sorted out now. It's amazing how much things like that can take a toll.
I've been working on catching up with the Honey Pot Bee ( I'll post about that later in the week) and I've been keeping up with my part of Sandra's quilt along Free Fall. It's great doing this quilt along with my friends as I have less to do and I'm able to keep up. Here are my blocks for this week.
But the joke is on me because as I look at them I can see that I made a mistake in two of them and I'm going to have to fix them. So I guess I'm not all caught up. It's a pretty easy fix that I'll do tonight. All the fabric for this quilt is at my friend Wendy's so I have no shadow leaf point to share and I suspect it's not done yet.
The three of us are making this together as a donation quilt and we are expanding on the size and the number of leaf blocks in the background section so one friend is making three blocks on this off white background and one friend is making four. That friend is making one less of the blocks on the shadow background. At the last link up I hadn't quite completed my blocks on the shadow leaf background. So here they are. Let's see if I made any mistakes with these.
They look pretty good. I'm off to work in a few minutes so I'll leave you here. I'm linking up with Beth of Cooking up Quilts, Sandra of Musings of a Menopausal Melon, and Kat of Kat and Cat Quilts. This last link up is pretty new to me. It's a weekly link up of charitable quilts called Sew Some Love.