These are my versions of fabric Valentine's day cards. The back (or in some cases, the front) has a writeable space for a Valentine's day message. I will be adding some pink or red ribbons so they can hang from a door knob or elsewhere. They were fun and easy to make and I plan on making a few more. I have lots of ribbon and buttons and beads that I can add to these. And I think the scrap rosettes look nice. I hope I get enough made that I can also give some to The Texas Children's Hospital here in Houston. Feel free to make some of your own (fabric or paper) valentines and either contribute to the CityMeals-on-Wheels program or one of your local charities. I think it's a good thing.
I also sat down over the weekend and made another scrap quilt. I had all these larger pieces laying out on the table and I decided to sew them together instead of putting them away. The pieced top is nothing special, but I think once I get it on the longarm and quilt it, it will make a great lap quilt for those nights curled up on the couch watching television or reading. I plan on giving this one away if it turns out like I think it will. Fingers crossed.
Okay, it's time to go and make some more lovely valentines . . . 'er, wait a minute . . . I think I have to go to work first . . . hmm . . . that's a bummer!!