We've had our killing frost here in central Ohio,
and Autumn weather has arrived.
Sunny, crisp, and a warm breeze trying to warm things up!
It was such a beautiful day today,
so I went out and walked around the back yard
(rather the back garden if you're from the other side of the pond -
or so my Dutch friends tell me).
Whilst enjoying the weather and my walk,
I realized it would be a great idea
to photograph my lastly made blocks
from the Vintage Farm Girl sew along!
(Yes, the sew-along is finished, but I'm still working on mine!)
I had a whole STACK of VFG blocks I'd made
and sandwiched in my pattern book,
so I checked to see what I'd already photographed, and
I guess when you have a stack of blocks almost 20 high
that it's waaaay past time to share!! :)
Notice the leaf that came to visit in the last picture?
The wind picked up and that beauty fluttered in!
I left the leaf there when I placed my next blocks:
I laid out the following blocks, and another leaf came to visit, too:
I LOVE all of the blocks, and have been doing them very scrappy.
I did do just a little fussy-placement of fabric when I did that last block, above ^.
Here's a closer view:
Wowza!!! NINETEEN blocks I hadn't shared!
I didn't know it was that many!
I already have the next few blocks cut out,
which leaves maybe only another six, so the end is in sight!!
Oh, but I don't have my border fabric chosen for this.
I really should think about that, shouldn't I?
Thanks for visiting,
and I hope your day has been filled with dappled sunshine, also!