Put your foot down 144

Put your foot down 144 is a weekly linky party to share your fiber arts WIP’s and finishes, and hopefully make new friends along the way. Welcome, I invite you to stop in every Thursday and share your projects.

What’s under my foot?

Happy Thursday and welcome to Put your foot down. My Loki got sick over the weekend with an intestinal infection so not much was accomplished. Three days were spent laundering puppy pads, rags and quilts, sometimes twice in a day. Thankfully the puppy pads are reusable and even though he goes outside I keep a couple down around his food and water just in case.

After a couple doses of antibiotics he is back to his devilish self. Strange thing, a friends fur baby also had the same infection last week. Something was apparently in the air.

Fabric pull

wondrous fabric, island batik

Okay not much of a fabric pull but instead a 10″ Stack of Wondrous along with light and dark coordinating fabric sent to me by Island Batik. The 10″ Stack contains 42 squares.

Wondrous was designed by Jerry Khiev for Island Batik. It has dots, stems and leaves and is so pretty.

The May Island Batik Challenge is triangles, any size quilt using our choice of fabric.

Let’s see what you have been working on.

Your shares from last week

Thank you to all who shared last week, I wish I could feature everyone in Put your foot down. You can see last weeks linkup here.

Isn’t this bear from DONNALEEQ adorable?

Quiltpiecer shared her finish, Uncle Sam’s Star. It is so perfect!

What’s under your foot?

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  1. I think you are right, our little Yorkie Zoey had a couple days of throwing up and also some intestinal issues. She would not drink or eat at all. We ended up using a little syringe to get some water into her and finally cooked up some chicken breasts that she would eat just a couple little pieces at a time. After two days she was back to her usual self. I guess Doggy Flu

  2. I have Wondrous also – in a strip pack! I may use it for our triangles challenge!

    1. When I started planning my project I thought I had the strips so back to the drawing board. The 10″ blocks are great though because I can make larger blocks.

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