Yes, that's the sound you make when you bring a tree down. And, I have brought down the tree, with a little help from Sydney. And, then we took down that garland that hangs across the ceiling. So, basically, my holiday un-decorating is done.

But, I still haven't braved organizing the pantry. That might have to wait until Sunday.

But, before I started that, I made three of the blocks from RRCB part 7

And, while I was trying to figure out the mystery, I came up with a couple of blocks.

I'm thinking of a lap quilt from Bonnie's pattern and two lap quilts from these other two layouts as Linus quilts. I'll have to make a little extra, but not much. I could get three quilts for the work of one.

Or, maybe, I'll just keep it for myself. You never know about me.

Take care and have a great New Year's Eve.

Lane, Rob and Sydney who are all sneezing our heads off from the dust coming off our decorations.


Becky said...

Those blocks are really neat! Happy New Year!!

Leeanne said...

hey you came up with some nice blocks!
Happy New Year to you! We get it here in New Zealand before the rest of the world...that's pretty cool.

Anonymous said...

I like your block ideas. Hope your family has a great Happy New Year.

Shasta Matova said...

Happy New Year to you. I'm taking down the tree tomorrow. Your blocks look wonderful. I've been watching this mystery - all the blocks look great so far.

andsewon said...

All your blocks look awesome Lane!!!
Wishing you and your family a very Happy New Year!

bingo~bonnie said...

ooough your bottom photo is a great idea for string blocks! ;)

Happy New Years & Love from Texas! ~bonnie

SubeeSews said...

Why do your blocks look so great and mine look so Christmasy?
I have the 30 blocks done and am not sure I will even use them because even my hubby says they scream Christmas. So, keep me posted on how many quilts you do make from these units.

Vesuviusmama said...

I love that you were trying to figure out the mystery.