Friday, December 11, 2015

About Bits and Bobs....

Many of you have shown interest in the Facebook group that will be featuring this table mat for the month of January.   Type in Bits and Bobs closed group.  This simply means that this group is closed to those who are not approved and sign up.  There will be more information on the Facebook group forth coming.  I've posted pictures again today.


Last evening at our quilt group Christmas pot luck, This is what Debra brought in her berry cute.  A little strawberry pincushion to tuck away in my sewing basket.

Valerie shared a Jan Patek design which was a block of the month a couple of years ago.  It is a large quilt and I was unable to get a complete picture of the quilt, because of our small space, so I took pictures of sections of it.  We all remarked at the cuteness of the bunny and his carrot.

The quilt covers the four seasons, starting with spring.  We all fell in love with it.  We especially liked the way some of the blocks have the green scallop trim with the red circles.

We all loved the witch.  some of these designs are taken from some of her other patterns.
I specifically loved the block with the whales.

The turkey was also a hit!

This beautiful verse was stenciled on a wall at a shop I visited.  I thought I would share it for my thought for the day.
It is Friday once makes my head spin as to how fast the weeks fly by.  I hope you are all finding joy in the season.


  1. Hmmm ... tried searching for group on Facebook, but nothing came up???

  2. I love St Therese's prayer. My favorite blocks were the whales and snowman and holly. Thank you for sharing.

  3. I can't find the Facebook page. There are a number with that name, but none seem to be yours.

  4. The group named Bits and Bobs sounds marvelous. I've tried to locate on FB. What must I do to join.

  5. Tried looking this group up on FB, but couldn't find anything??

  6. Norma, loved the St. Terese poem. Sorry to say I couldn't find anything on FB when I typed in Bits and Bobs closed group. Not sure what I'm doing incorrectly. . .