Saturday, February 14, 2009

Friday night sewing

Last night I had a bunch of stuff to get ready to mail out:

And I volunteered to make 2 - 12" blocks for a donation quilt to Australia:

And I had to do some blog reading - I am so far behind!

So I finished everything up, boxed up what I needed to send, and this morning Tyler and I will make a run to the post office. Christina, Carol and Tracey - your packages are on their way!
And Judy - I did go to bed around 11:00 - and slept until about 7 - hehehe. That is a short night of sleep for me:) I'm usually the one in bed (on a Friday night no less - how sad!) by 9:30, and I can easily sleep until 8 or so if given 1/2 a chance.....
I've got the housework done (for the most part) and I am off to work on some fun stuff now...



Scrappy quilter said...

Have a wonderful Valentine's Day.

isolada. by design said...

Isn't it good to have the little chores out of the way to get down to the business of fun & sewing?!

Have a sweet Valentine's Day!

Ana :)

Judy T said...

Glad you're getting your beauty sleep ;)
I can never seem to sleep past 7am no matter how early or late I go to bed. Hope you have a lovely Valentine's day.

Millie said...

Happy Valentine's Day!

Dawn said...

Your blocks to Australia are wonderful!

You and your family have a wonderful Valentine's Day weekend!

trendy georgia said...

good on you for doing your blocks. Such a great need over there right now. Im sooo busy with stuff and stuff and thingymijigs that I think Iwill quilt up my dissappearing nine patch single bed quilt and send that to Oz once I hear of a collection point for quilts. I like the idea of quilts going to people that appreciate quilts (as oppossed to blankets and such like) Wouldnt it be nice to know youre helping just a wee bit to those poor people.
I do like your quilts. Those pieces are just like my favourite quiting fabrics1
love Cherry

I am Arizona; a person, not a place. said...

I can easily sleep 10 hours and would love to if I weren't such an insomniac!! lol! I love your blocks...they look great!