The first real week of the school holidays.
It has been 10 days since my last
I may or may not have started a few new projects.
I HAVE been busy quilting the Giant Chevron. It may even have been finished by now if I hadn't of run out of thread this morning.
|We have paisley's in the blue section|
|Interlocking boxes in the grey...|
|and the navy...|
|swirls in the green...|
|and pebbles in the orange.|
|Walking foot straight lines through the black.|
So blocks 85, 86 & 87 rolled off the production line pretty quick.
I may have mentioned some new projects. Well, this one doesn't really count because I am only cutting out applique templates as I find fabrics that I think will suit...
And this one probably does count, but is what I'm calling a slow sewing project as it involves funny template cut shapes, again cut from scraps as I find the colours that suit. One shape/ring/quarter at a time. I'm obviously going through an orange and/or rainbow phase. The newspaper print may well become a solid as I reconsider the original pattern.
And for a bit of fun... a pieced robot...
To join the stars and rockets...
for a little boy quilt that will be just the ticket for school fundraising plans for next year. This pattern was a free download from blendfabrics.com.
No, I haven't done any Tokyo Subway blocks.
No, I haven't done any more on the Japanese lady quilt.
No, I'm not going to let the men in white coats in... no matter how loud they knock.