With all of the posts about Sewing Summit this week (I wish I could have been there!) it has really made me think about how wonderful the quilting community is and how grateful I am to be a very tiny part of it. Thank you so much for visiting my blog; I started it to try to meet new people and share what I am working on, and I am so very glad to have this space.
- Remixed geese quilt for my daughter. I have been slowly working on this for several weeks but I had a sudden burst of energy to finish this one up.
- October do good stitches blocks. They are scrappy chevron blocks made from this tutorial.
- Wonky cross quilt. I finished quilting this one last night (yay, it's queen size and took A LONG TIME) and sewed the binding on the front. I am definitely looking forward to spending some time this week hand sewing the binding to the back. This quilt is a Christmas present for my husband's sister and her family, but they are moving into a new place this weekend so I wanted to finish the quilt up in case they want it early.
- Quilt for our bed. This has been planned for a long time, but I had originally intended to make a Single Girl quilt. That idea just didn't feel right so last week I started cutting 5" squares for a simple patchwork quilt using Lotta Jansdotter's two lines, Echo and Bella. Even just cutting the fabric this week has made me happy, it is so beautiful!
- Quilt for my son. I am planning on doing something with chevrons, I was definitely inspired by working on those chevron quilt blocks this week!
- High school graduation quilt for my sister. I finally ordered some Kona ash this week and I am excited to get this one started.