As you can probably guess, I haven't sewn very much lately, but I do have a few very small blocks to show for my efforts. Here is the first one:
Oh, that orange will give you some happy energy, won't it? And it looks good with the purple petunias, too. This is the first of the orange Tiny Tuesday blocks for the rainbow scrap challenge this year. (You can find more about this sampler HERE.) This block tutorial came from Angie and the instructions are HERE. I know this block as Broken Sugar Bowl, but she called it Road to the White House. All those old names are pretty interesting. I don't see either a sugar bowl or a road!
In addition to the first of the orange blocks, here are the aqua tiny blocks, which I somehow never got to show last month:
I was pretty sure I had another aqua block, but it doesn't seem to be in the box with the others. I'm sure it will turn up, probably just as soon as this post goes live. For those who've forgotten, these blocks will finish at 4-1/2 inches in the quilt. They don't use up a lot of scraps, but they certainly turn out cute.
Sadly, that is all that I have pictures of right now. I did quilt up the two baby quilts for Hands to Help, but I plan to show those all at the same time, and I did do a little bit of handwork but didn't take pictures. I'm hoping to finish up a handwork project this summer, though, so there will be plenty of pictures then.
Hope everyone has a good weekend! Sunday is Mother's Day here in the US, and I have high hopes for some video chatting with my grandkids, though I doubt the 3 month old will be very chatty. So happy Mother's Day to all moms, grandmas, aunties, and mother figures out there. I hope you all have wonderful days with your loved ones, and maybe some flowering azaleas, too!
Sharing at Confessions of a Fabric Addict, Finished or Not Friday, and soscrappy for RSC19.