I did not buy any new fabric. 🙂 I used four yard of fleece fabric to make a wedding gift for a special young woman that is getting married this month. I hope she likes it. I still have to trim and fringe the edges. I noticed that in her selections, she had some purple glasses, and there was some green on her dishes. So I used a deep purple fleece with a seafoam green. Not exactly the same green, but it was the closest I could get with my fleece. The color does not show true at all in this photo.
The purple side:
So (I suppose I can include fleece fabric yardage used in my totals), that moves 4 more yards of fabric from my stash, bringing my year to date totals to:
- In: 66 yds.
- Out: 28.25 yds.
- YTD: 37.75 yds.
Now, before you think I’ve been soooo good…I bought about $200.00 worth of thread, and $60.00 worth of stencils.
I’ve been enjoying Vicki W.’s birdwatch updates on her blog, so I’m going to share a little birdwatching of my own with you today. Earlier this week I caught a glimpse of this pheasant rooster in the field behind my house. About the time I’d go to take a good pic, he’d duck back down in the grass.
This morning, as DH & I were standing in the front of our garage, watching the swallows that are rebuiling on our front entryway, and the cute little finches at our birdfeeder, we were surprised by this treat. DH ran into get my camera for me, and I was only able to get this one pic before he left. I do believe it’s a Baltimore Oriole. Feel free to correct me if I’m wrong. When the sun was hitting him and we could get a good look, before we had the camera of course, his underside was a bright orange. I believe it’s more common to see the Scott’s Oriole here. This little guy was gorgeous.
I realized this morning that I’ve been lax on the Sunday weigh-in, so I bit the bullet and got back on the scale. I did workout twice this week, but I’ve been not so good til then, and have gained 2 lbs. back. I started at 154, and now I’m 145, so I’m at a total loss of 9 lbs. Got to get back on track with that!
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Cool bird photos – DH was impressed!
Good report. I’m loving all the bird posts! Makes me look at those birds in my backyard in a whole different way.
I always like seeing your fleece quilting, how lucky the reciepents are to receive one of your creations.
The pheasant photos are neat.
Oh I bet she loves the quilted fleece!! Now how the heck did you get that beautiful close up of that oriole??!! You are an amazing photographer!!
Love the quilting!! Just beautiful!
Your fleece quilting is awesome! Really enjoyed the bird pictures…thanks for sharing them with us.
I love the “bird watches”!! They are very relaxing and have such personalities.
love the fleece…that’s a good idea for a project for my 12 1/2 year old granddaughter to quilt when she comes this summer.
Love the bird photos too…very cool!
Great rooster !! I’ve been enjoying the bird watching, too …. and I surely hope no one tells us that is NOT a baltimore oriole ….. that would be disappointing.
Love the fleece ….. purple and green, eh? My favorite colors together.
How do these fleece blankets work? Is it just two layers quilted together and fringed?
What a great idea.