Monday, January 10, 2022

Making Potions

It's been a few months since my last Monday morning post.  So far, 2022 has been calmer then the end of 2021. Fingers crossed that remains the case as we get deeper into January.  

I didn't get as much stitching time this weekend has I had hoped.  It was the Scientist in Training's birthday, so we went out to dinner for her family celebration then did lunch with a friend so she could celebrate with a buddy.  She's back at college for her last undergraduate semester. Her impending graduation has me working to finish up a couple of quilts for her mentors. 
 

Potions by Flying Parrot Designs



I'm halfway through the test tubes.  I'm hoping to have all of those made by the end of the week.  Then it will be time to start on the beakers.  

13 comments:

Sara said...

Such a cute pattern! Hope for you to not get quite so busy at work any time soon.

Barbara said...

It’s looking good! Glad you’re finding more time…at least for now. Hope it continues.

Nann said...

The test tubes are great! HB to SIT. Is her major chemistry? Biology? Is she going to start grad school right after this semester?

piecefulwendy said...

Happy Birthday to SIT! I cannot believe she's in her final year already! What a fun quilt you are making. I can't wait to see the beakers!

Yvonne from Quilting Jetgirl said...

I hope the SIT had a happy birthday. The test tubes are looking great. I hope you have a good week at work and that things stay calm!

Andree G. Faubert said...

Hi Kate, that's really cute. Good luck!

Frédérique said...

Fun potions pots, have fun stitching this cute pattern!

Alycia~Quiltygirl said...

love the potions!!
Happy Birthday to the SIT!!!

Melisa- pinkernpunkinquilting said...

What a fun design. Happy quilting

Sharon Kwilter said...

Wonderful blocks! I love them.

Julie in GA said...

Very cute blocks! You are making excellent progress.

dq said...

Oh this makes more sense. I read Flying Parrot Designs and was expecting birds. The potions look great!

Jennifer said...

Great progress Kate!