Yesterday I finished adding labels to two little quilts. The nosegay block I showed yesterday was turned into one of those labels.
I’m almost finished making the little flowers that will be in my tiny garden quilt, so decided I’d better print some hexagons and half hexagons on a green fabric for the leaves and grass around the flowers. In just a couple of minutes I had these .50″ hexagons and half hexagons printed and cut out.
Which brings me to the question. Have you ever tried to remove the little sandpaper circles from the back of a ruler? I have them on a few of my rulers and have found that they’re more of a hindrance than a help, particularly when cutting small shapes like the hexagons. If you have removed the sandpaper dots from rulers successfully, I’d love to hear how you did it.
“Some Bugs Are Good For the Garden.”
Mr. Q.O. captioned this shot of Baxter “Royalty.” I think he’s right – Baxter is the royalty of the household!