It's such a nice feeling to have fulfilled all of my bee/swap blocks for this month early. So different from my college days of all-nighters, pots of coffee, pleas for divine inspiration, and vows that the next paper would be started earlier than the night before it was due.
The blocks for Teal We Meet Again, Design Camp, and Piece Be With You sit on my hutch, ready to be packed up and posted. And the Scrapbuster Swap blocks were mailed weeks ago.
It was such a relief to get those blocks done, because I had a commitment to this guy:
Yesterday was his 2nd birthday, and I promised to make him a birthday cake from scratch. He talked all day about his birthday cake and being "2 old." We celebrated by having our special occasion dinner (Pan-Roasted Pork Pork Loin with Leeks over rice), followed by an eggless vanilla and chocolate cake with ice-cream. It's pretty amusing to watch a 2 year old open gifts.
The only other thing I've got with a hard and fast deadline is the Habitat Challenge through BAMQG. We were given fat eighths of Jay McCarroll's Habitat in the Brights colorway . Here they are in their uncut glory:
There are a couple of ideas percolating in my head. The first is one which involves a lot of applique which would be beyond my skill level and patience. The second idea is much simpler. Given the impending deadline, I think the second one is the way to go. Could be cool, could be a disaster.