The days are warming up and we were able to take Hazel outside for a bit one afternoon. She loves looking at my quilts and she was pretty happy staying on the quilt for several minutes just checking it out. She gets all around now with a pull crawl kind of movement and sometimes with a knee/foot combo so far. She rolls all over and spins too. Such a personality even so young. I love this little one!
For Mother's Day we went all out and made more butterfly feet. One for me, my mom, Jeremy's mom and of course Hannah. We only had the one mold so did this four different days and her mom did not find out (that stuff sticks to the toe nails!) and we will gift it to her tonight. I think they turned out alright though neither Kathy or I are painters. We figured that part would be a bit hard for Hazel so she just did the feet! Table runner underneath was made by my dear friend Michelle Bright who passed away a few years ago now. I think of her often and have some of her sewing stuff so I feel she is close to me!
I made a pair of cows and Hens. That one hen is super busy but I thought it would look better..oh well, used up some of the strips that were given to me!
May is red and so here is the Pine Tree Point block in red. This one came together pretty well. This is not my favorite block to do...very fussy. Glad I am only doing one a month! Linking up with SoScrappy for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge.
Finally got my haircut two Fridays ago--it has been since just before my brother's wedding (weekend before Pandemic got going) last year. Our sort of landlord lives down the street and does hair. So she cut mine out in front of her house. It was a little chilly and windy, but am super happy to have it a little more manageable!