WIP…Wish I was snorkeling

Well, if you have been following the ocean theme… I am still at the bottom of the ocean grading wise.  I did grade those sludge lab reports, but there is still lots to do.  In the past I have prided myself on getting things back before the end of classes…we shall see!

Modern She Made Swap – Ta da!  All finished and actually sent off in time.  Thankfully my local PO has the desk open until 4pm on Saturdays so that I could fill out the little customs thing.  How much do you put in for value on something like this?  Somehow I don’t think that the customs agents will like it if I put in “priceless”.

Aqua and Red Block Bee  – I had inspiration and was going to scream if I read another word, so I took a break and worked on Julianne’s block.  She wanted circles and curves.  After a few cutting errors, here is what I made.

The frame really is white.  I am not sure what my camera is doing so that things look blue.  Oh well, that is a mystery that will need to wait for summer.

Tha’s it, folks!

I am linking up to Lee at freshly pieced – I love to go and look at what others are doing…so much inspiration

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5 responses to “WIP…Wish I was snorkeling

  1. If it was going to the UK, I hope you put in less than £15 value, we get charged VAT and duty even on presents!!!

  2. Your pillow is just simply adorable! Wonderful needlework/quilting on it too!

  3. I love the pillow – the quilting of the waves really jives with the quarter circles!

  4. Love the blue half circle pillow. Such nice hand stitching. I had the same problem dropping a pillow off at the local sewing shop. I don’t know how you put a price tag on your little fabric works of art (and the sweat, blood and tears that go into them) Found you at Freshly Pieced.

  5. The pillow is so nice! I love the embroidery!

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