Week one of the school holidays and it's been nice getting a bit more sewing done. Now that all our visitors have left I'm free to spend time chilling and sewing... my kind of holiday, although I have spent two days so far at work.
I had a bit of catching up to do with the Patchwork City sew along, but I am now all up to date... awesome!
And so we have W3
These blocks just happen to fall alongside each other in the quilt layout. As I am using a solids FQ bundle from Elizabeth Hartmans Aviatrix quilt kit, they are somewhat rainbowish... but not really. There is no easy step from the apricot/blush block to the tropical yellow block. But I also remind myself that I really liked the bundle when it was still all packaged up in order... and I am using the fabrics in the same order... so it will all be good.
As the blocks go together, I am also piecing the Timeless Tradition BOM blocks and adding to the ever-growing collection. This 12in block is particularly pretty and went
And the 6in cutie was fiddley but turned out so well! In the end the pressing went exactly perfect so it was simple to put the units together. I love it when the butted seams work in your favour.
The tease of the Unicorn Whispers fat eighth pack and the mixed low volumes finally proved to be too tempting.
More Patchwork City blocks in a different colourway and setting. This wee project is going to just creep along in the background, and I'll add blocks every now and then.