Thursday, February 4, 2010

Blocks of Pure Green

I love traditional blocks. A few nights ago I decided to make a few eight inch blocks. Practice never hurts. Not wanting to do the math, I looked up a few free patterns. Other people can't to math very well either, so these are not all the same size. I'm not sure I'll ever do anything with them, but that wasn't the point. It was just the process.


My sweet cat is still not feeling well. I'm just not sure if she is going to make it out of this. You Know Who tries to tempt her with toys. I think she appreciates the effort but she just has no energy. I looked over last night and this is what I saw.

Just makes me so sad.

14 comments:

Mary A. said...

I'm so sorry about your cat. That picture makes me want to cry. I really hope she gets better! Poor baby!

Adrienne said...

Love the quilt blocks, hate that your kitty isn't well. My heart hurts for you.

pearlswirl said...

It breaks my heart to see a kitty baby that way. Hope she feels better soon. Maybe she's just got winter blues?!

Dee said...

our kitty is over 18 and there are times she's deaf and blind...and there are times I think she's faking it or just ignoring me! hope your kitty feels better soon.

love the blocks and the colors. you know, St. Paddy's Day is coming up soon!

Joan's Good Life said...

The blocks are so beautifully done. Math or no math! And you must do something with them. Honestly, a table runner or something!

As for (oh shoot! I can't for the life of me remember the her name!) Anyhow, what did the Dr. say? I remember when Ethan got really sick in Alabama (I thought, it was living in AL. that made him sick...) but he actually had a nasty hair ball. It took Several trips to different Dr's. to find out what was wrong with him. That and 7 lost lbs. later...
I'm so sorry. I hope you can find out what's ailing her soon.

TheBlackForrist said...

oooh, that green is pretty! Oh Evie, I'm sorry she's feeling so terrible, I got teary eyed from that pic alone!

Jennifer said...

The quilt blocks are soo cool! definitly a table runner! And poor baby kitty. I wouldn't shake her for any amount of money:)

sherie lee said...

Love the green blocks, the pinwheel one, sooo pretty, pillow for me please?? So sorry Evie is still not well, you can tell from the pic that she knows she is very, very loved.

PippaPatchwork said...

Your blocks look beautiful! It's always good to practice some more traditional sewing. Great green colors, too.
Poor kitty, I hope they feel better soon!

insanely crafty said...

like I said earlier do lap quilt out of them! The close up shot block is my favorite.
Squeeze evil for me!

KD Designs said...

I was thinking St. Paddy's day too. Wall hanging? Lap quilt sounds good. Poor poor Evie. Treasure her.

Pam said...

Your quilt blocks are lovely. Your kitty is lovely too, I'm sorry she is not doing well.

lizy said...

your blocks are beautiful....if you decide you just don't want them :) remember who loves green, meeeeeeee..... poor Evie, I hope she is feeling better..

Joan's Good Life said...

That's it! Evie... How is she doing now? Better I hope.
So what have you decided to do with those blocks? Because you know, we all believe those blocks should NOT languish in the back of some dusty shelf or old box or anything like that. They should be turned into something!