Much less 44 triangles.
And you know me..
I almost completely lost a triangle in the construction.
But otherwise, not so bad.
Corn and Beans:
Only one block this week. I was a little scared of this one and wanted to just give it my full attention. Plus since I didn't cut out the pieces for any other blocks then I was forced to complete this one.
In other news I got the most fabulous package for the Sew Happy Geek Table Runner/Wall Hanging Swap.
My box came from the extremely lovely Rebecca from Sew Festive!
It's so much fabulous it's just going to completely distract from my FWQAL block.
I'm okay with that.
That adorable hippo hoop is already on my wall. My own little piece of Japanese fabric that I've never seen before (and now want yards of, obviously).
So can we talk about the fact that there was Halloween fabric in my box!
The halloween fabric means these pictures are totally FWQAL related.
There was the sweetest note too (on the top stack of post-its which I was out of and always forgot at the store but now have super cute ones so Ha!) about how maybe I can use the fabric for my FWQAL. I am totally absolutely piecing these babies into the back.
I was actually fretting about the back of my quilt while piecing the block.
My fabric dreams have been answered.
These were just the extra things.
On top of all that awesome, I got this:
It's much brighter in person but I immediately hung it up in my hall that has the worst light of the whole house. This way I walk by it everyday.
Also I don't have this crazy white wall glaring at me when I'm cooking in the kitchen.
Rebecca drew up this wall hanging based off of her favorite Terrain print.
I love every single inch of it.
There's gnome fabric on the back.
Just a little piece.
I want to smoosh all the little gnomey faces.
I was watching this wall hanging progress from sketch to completion and secretly hoping it was mine the whole time.
She had mailed a bit ago tho' and nothing showed up at my place. So I had been searching through all the other projects to see which other one I thought might come to my home.
Turns out the mailman is a jerk who was holding it hostage.
Thank you so very very very much Rebecca!
I'm in love.
I briefly considered running around the house pretending it was a cape.
Only 'cause it made me that happy. ;)