Thursday, January 13, 2011

New challenges!

New year, new challenges!  I've signed up for some new challenges and would like to share them with you. Since I am a new blogger, I'm having trouble figuring out how to add their buttons to my blog, so I'll just show you the links to their blogs... in case you'd like to join in.

The nine patch challenge  on Anne Marie's blog is appealing to me.  I have made them in the past and they are easy and can be a fun and beautiful project.  Since I have one that is a modified 9 patch in the works, in fact it's on the design wall now,  I thought I might be able to finish by the September 1 finish time.

The Project of Doom over on the Sewhooked blog is a mystery quilt.  One block of Harry Potter paper piecing per week.  There are weekly prizes for the best?  finished block, but don't quote me on that.  All I know is the button is bugging me. I just can't get it to download.  Anyway, you know I love HP - reminds me of an old flame, all that moral fiber.  I've downloaded the pattern and will be sewing on that sometime today.

For my third, and final challenge, I have a button on the side panel... you can go see from there... a little side trip... a little intrigue. I am evil, I know.  BW A HA HA!

So no dirty laundry to hang today - no pictures of messiness, no boobs hanging on the wall,  but tune in tomorrow, you never know what you'll find.

Love and OOO's to all my followers!


  1. That button deal bugs me, too.
    I like your blog, Terri :D Never know what I'll find when I visit. Lol. Can relate to your pics. Seems like our place has more STUFF EVERYWHERE we look after the Christmas holidays. Takes awhile for us to work some of it to a Goodwill drop box.

  2. left a comment on my blog (PushingTheEnvelopes) a while ago and I just saw it today. You wondered if I did Zentangles. I have met Maria Thomas and was at a convention the year she introduced them. So, I have done a few her way, but, I mostly do my own version. I use the idea in a lot of my classes. But, I think it is a great activity and I am glad it has caught on with so many people.
    Thanks for posting. Sorry I did not see your comment sooner.
    Jean Wilson

  3. Sounds like some fun new stuff! Can't wait to see how it all turns out. Love you.


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