Sunday, February 10, 2013

Let's try that again...

I have downloaded the blogger app for my iPad. It recognises my photos but I don't know where it is going to put hem.

I have finished EPPing the 13 rings I need for Sue Daley's Square Dance. They are now ready to appliqué onto the background. I have to do the 4 border strips still, but secret squirrel sewing has to take priority. It's a red work swap and is going to test my ability to do stem stitch.

I had forgotten that my eldest nephew on my side was having a big birthday. I started patchworking after all his previous significant birthdays. He got an IOU I'm afraid. I have been researching quick but manly quilts. I have a kit I bought from the Quilter's Corner which would fit the bill, pattern wise, but not size wise though - he's around 6ft 4in. I have picked up a bright batik jelly roll that will help me make it bigger.
Hubby's still updating my lap top. I think I am a PC person. I prefer the buttons. I don't know how to hyperlink on this.
Let's see what it does with the photos.
February is here already. Let's hope this is not another year that flies by too quickly.
Take care,


Susan said...

Your blocks look lovely - I love the colours.

Maria said...

Ooh you've got a lovely pile of blocks there! Like you, I'm still learning about my iPad...didn't know I had to download an app you're ahead of me! lol

Cardygirl said...

Your blocks look great!

Fiona @ Dragonfly-Crafts said...

Love the colours of your blocks :)
I have a terrible time trying to post from my ipad and blogger, my photos end up too big and I can't fix it.
I email photos to my blog and then just go back to the blogger dashboard and fix them, then post :)
There must be a better way???

Grethe said...

Very nice and fresh colours,lovely blocks:)) Good luck with using your iPad, I love mine, but very limited in useing it!

Marilyn said...

Hope you are managing to get the Ipad sorted. Lovely blocks there, very colourful.

Teresa said...

Those blocks are wonderful. Love the colours and the fabrics... Well done!