Monday, April 19, 2010

Block 5 Tulip Tiles Free Block of the Month is Posted

Block 5 is now available for Free on the  BOM page of this blog.  See the tabs at the top, and click on the Tulip Tiles BOM page.  Be sure to download and print the pattern while it is available for the next two months.

This has been a tough week for me.  I started feeling bad last weekend and thought I had the flu.  It turned out to be first bronchitis and then pneumonia, 2 trips to the ER later.  I went into the hospital Thursday evening and finally managed to come home Sunday morning feelling weak as a kitten, but slightly better than before I went in.  Despite a whole week off of work, I was not able to get any sewing done.  Not sure this week will be any better as I am taking it very easy while I recuperate.

But spring is here, everthing in my yard is in bloom, and I am determined to at least enjoy the weather while I am home. 


  1. oh you poor girl! Take care of yourself and enjoy the blooms this week

  2. Hello Reeze,
    then recover first of all and do not work immediately so much again.
    Your blocks are wonderful and I have the first 4 blocks quite ready.
    If you liked to see them, you can find them on my Blog.

  3. So glad you are on the mend - take it slow and try to savor the spring blooms making lemonade out of the lemons in your life!

  4. another beautiful block. thanks! so glad you are home and on the mend.

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