Half Yard Jam

GIVE A BED A SPLASH OF COLOR WITH THIS EASY QUILT, IT’S A QUICK PROJECT AND GREAT FOR GIVING! Are you looking for an easy quilt that finishes quickly? This could very well be the perfect project for you. It’s super easy and because the pieces are large you’ll have it finished up before you know it. Plus, it’s great for showcasing a combination of half-yard cuts that you love, even those beautiful large-scale prints. Any color theme will be wonderful in this quilt. Go with bright and bold or a more subdued palette. You’ll find several examples at the bottom of the page here. The finished quilt, from Fat Quarter Shop’s Short Cut Quilt series, is 90.5″ square.

What is Hobby: Hobby is an English word often used in Portuguese and means hobby, in other words, an activity that is practiced for pleasure in leisure time. A hobby is not a full-time occupation, and is intended to relax the practitioner. Usually, the practice of a hobby does not imply financial advantage for the person in question. Despite this, it can turn into a task that results in financial benefit for the practitioner. For example, a person who has painting as a hobby might sell one of his paintings. Example: My job is very stressful, that’s why I practice yoga as a hobby. (“My job is very stressful, which is why I practice yoga as a hobby.)

The plural of hobby is hobbies, so there is some confusion in the singular spelling, which is hobby and not hobby. This activity, which aims to relieve stress, can be physical, practical or more intellectual. There are several types of hobbies, including: cross stitch, aeromodelling, reading, collecting stamps and coins, playing sports, drawing, modeling, cooking, singing, dancing, photography, etc.

On many occasions, the practice of certain hobbies is essential for the development of some professional areas. In the computer programming industry, for example, the invention of the Linux operating system began as a student’s hobby. In the context of astronomy, several celestial bodies have already been discovered by “amateur astronomers”. In English, hobby can also be a hobby horse that serves as a toy for a child. In Old English, the word hobby meant a small horse.

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Seasons are subdivisions based on weather patterns, representing periods of the year. There are four seasons: summer, autumn, winter and spring. Seasons designate four periods over the course of a year, each with distinct characteristics based on climatic patterns or variations. The seasons of the year are: autumn, winter, spring and summer. Characteristics of the seasons: The seasons of the year have well-defined and specific characteristics, differing in the Southern and Northern Hemispheres according to the inclination of the Earth’s axis and the rotation and translation movements. See below the main characteristics of the seasons:

→ Summer
It has high temperatures and days that are longer than nights. During this period, there is an increase in rainfall. This season of the year follows spring and precedes autumn.

→ Autumn
It is considered a transition period and is characterized by declining temperatures, with the exception of regions located close to the equator. During this period, the leaves of the trees present yellowish tones and usually fall, indicating a change of season. Autumn represents a transition period between summer and winter.

→ Winter
It is characterized by the drop in temperatures and, in some parts of the Southern Hemisphere, by the occurrence of frost and snowfall. It has shorter days and longer nights due to the lower incidence of sunlight. During this period, migrations of several animal species to areas with higher temperatures occur. In places far from the equator, winter represents a period of intense snowfall.

→ spring
It has mild and pleasant temperatures and increased rainfall. The days start getting longer, and the nights get shorter. The main feature of this season is the reflowering of terrestrial flora.


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