Monday, June 12, 2017

Monday Morning Star Count - Great Weather Last Week

It seems I didn't do a lot with my hexagon projects this week.  

This week's weather has been very pleasant, but rainy season may be starting soon, according to my students. 

Week 6 - June 4-10

77, 75, 72, 72, 69, 77, 82

Weeks 1-6

The Tree  

I have five gifts ready to attach and have been thinking about the tree decorating.  Maybe I'll get started on that in the week ahead. 

Linking up with Anthea at Hibiscus Stitches and Sarah at Sarah Did It!

Baby Ducks - Here are the first I've seen this year - so cute!


Anonymous said...

Hi Pamela love your hexies and the family of ducks are so cute we have a family that comes back every year,i love watching them xx

Rachel said...

At least the temps haven't gotten too high yet for you! So that's good, right? Lol

Your quilting progress looks great. I love seeing the presents under your tree :)

We saw a couple of baby geese this year. They were so cute!!!

Have a great week!!

Janie said...

Good progress and colors.
A duck family with five little ducks live in the pond down the street from us.
We see them often on walks. I agree, watching them is fun.

JudyC said...

Your hexagon tree is lovely!

kiwikid said...

Loving the hexies, how cute are those ducklings.

elliek said...

Cute duckies and the hexies are looking good

Anthea said...

Pam your weather hexy's are coming along nicely... and oh the ducks are so cute!
We have doves in our yard at the moment, so cute to watch.

Crafty Tokyo Mama said...

Adorable ducks! Your hexies really reflect the changing seasons.

Sheryl said...

The hexies are very pretty and the tree is looking good with gifts.

FlashinScissors said...

Good progress with all your stitching! Love the gifts under the tree!
Cute ducks!
Barbara x

Leonore Winterer said...

I like the colours on the weather quilt. Much yellow so far, but I'm sure that will get switched up in time :)

Vireya said...

Nice to see you are already onto the second row of the temperature quilt!

Sarah said...

It looks like your temperature quilt is coming along nicely, as is your Christmas tree. I never would have guessed that your temperatures are so close to ours, maybe only a 5 to 10 degree difference.