I Am Grateful For Half Square Triangles. Really.

I tell ya, it's so much more motivating when you can actually see some concrete progress, instead of just a never ending pile of triangles.
So there they are, in all their blurry glory.
Or rather... like this. Imagine their opposites in the spaces. White "snowballs" with red corners.
And I do so love little surprises.
You know what else I love?
Chocolate Peanut Butter Cheesecake.
Yes, yes I DO think it deserves the capital letters.
Chocolate. Peanut Butter. Cheesecake.
That's what I'LL be bringing for Thanksgiving dinner.
Hope you have a great one too!
Happy Turkey Day!


Leslie said...

happy thanksgiving

shabby girl said...

white snowballs with red corners! Yes!
And Chocolate. Peanut Butter. Cheesecake.
Yesss, except that my belly is sssoooo full I had to put on after eatin' clothes! I'm serious!
Your quilt will be gorgeous! They always are!
Oh, how I wish we could go to the antique store on the corner, then the one across the street, then lunch at the farm. I miss that! And I miss you! You are a truly wonderful friend. Maybe next year we'll be staying at the RV place in SV for a couple of months and we can have lunch all the time!!! That is the plan.
Love you! Hugs to Baboo & the Pepmeister!

Magpie Sue said...

I like the blocks you've made so far! I like the surprises you're including too ;- )

I've never been too tempted to do a snowball quilt but there may be a (mostly) red and white quilt in my future yet...

You know, Freddy Moran declares that red is actually a neutral. I'm firmly in her camp.

Hope you had a happy turkey day!

Allyson in Alaska said...

Love the little sneaky monkey peeking out of the snowball block. That is very clever and cute.

Did you make the chocolate peanut butter cheesecake and might you have a recipe to share with us? That sounds yummy!

prashant said...

I like the blocks you've made so far! I like the surprises you're including too ;- )

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