2nd Sunday of Lent

I have been asked, "what is Lent?"  Here's a two minute answer.

I continue to pray for you my readers and commentators.

As I reflected and prayed last week I also sewed;

 -3.44 + 0.00 - .75 = -4.19    4.19 + 27.90= 32.09   YTD destash 3/12/17
quilted, bound and delivered to St. Anne's:
Treadle baby quilt 

In the City baby Quilt
Used FMQ, walking foot and freezer paper quilting.

RSC Challenge block
Signs of Spring

Linking to Lyn's BOMs Away and other linky parties under my tab by same name.


  1. Some pretty little projects this week. Your spring flowers are beautiful too. Are those in your yard??

  2. One RED quilt block and RED in your garden, as well. BEAUTIFUL!!!

  3. thankyou for sharing the video with us, what a good preacher he is he really made me listen.
    Interested in using freezer paper for your FMQing not come across that so must do some searching in internet for more info. Quilts and garden flowers look lovely

  4. thank you for blessing us, your readers, with the information you presented, I am not Catholic but my husband was, and this was wonderfully done. Blessings to you for all that you give to all of us from your creativity and talent on your blog. Take care from Iowa

  5. Your signs of spring are inspiring! Such lovely flowers. I am not sure where you live. Here in Missouri, plants began budding in feb but now we are having another mini winter with freezing temps. I worry for my optimistic buds!

  6. A blessed Lent to you! I find I am very much more aware of my struggles with fasting this year. I think I need to practice self denial a little more often!

  7. That pop of red on the block is intriguing, and I love that baby quilt :) Thanks for sharing the beautiful flowers.

  8. Wonderful bits of spring - thank you! I like that you are experimenting with different ways of quilting, including the treadle. That's really cool! Such pretty donations, too. May you enjoy this peaceful time of reflection.


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