When I was in the fourth grade, we were required to memorize poetry. For the poor student who was the last one to memorize a poem perfectly, he/she was called 'the old cow's tail' because the tail is the last thing on a cow. Can you imagine doing that to a student?! My teacher was the wife of the school principal, was very well respected in our town, and was the favored teacher for the fourth grade. Things sure have changed and definitely for the better.
Thankfully I was never the old cow's tail, but I kind of feel like that with the Hop To It project. Here are the two blocks that I am late on.
Melanie helped me out with the fabric for the bunny. I can't believe I didn't have gray in my stash, but she gifted me with this great fabric. There is just something wrong with the little nose on this guy. I haven't stitched anything down yet on this block; I want to make the nose better.
This block is really pretty - in real life. Again, it looks rather washed out because I'm using pastel-colored fabrics.
This is a great project with Sue and Melanie, and I am honored that they've asked me to join them. It's a fun project to work on together, and it's always interesting to see what they've done with their blocks. Please check out their blogs, too.