This is the spirals block - and I obviously need a lot more practice - it didn't help that the needle kept skipping stitches now and again (apparently that means I have to change the needle) - the spirals aren't uniform at all - but as an old Polish fellow once said, "The first pancake is always lumpy" and it just means I have to beat it a bit more....
The 2nd one was supposed to be a stylised and loopy flower - but as I mentioned, I didn't go back to view Laura's, I just remember her post mentioning adding all the elements we've done so far, together (loops, flowers and spirals) - so off I went....and unfortunately, the 2nd pancake is lumpy too..
It looks a bit better from the back....but still looks like the huntsman after I sprayed and sprayed last night!
For all that, I'm enjoying the FMQ on the domestic - it is making a little more adventurous on the long-arm and that's always a good thing!
BTW, look what came for a visit it my house yesterday..
A cormorant decided to stop by - he sunned himself on the rocks next to the pool, then every so often dived in to cool off. He stayed for about an hour having a high old time then flew off. We get ducks on the water, minahs, cockies, grassies and wattle birds fly in for a quick drink or a splash, but this is the first time I've seen a cormorant.