A few months ago I bought a layer cake, Moda "Whisper Muslin Mates", from Karen plus some yardage for background, borders and backing. I was able to cut out two quilts: "Dream Big", designed by Camille Roskelley (Thimble Blossoms) from her "Simplify" book -
and "Framed" from her "Simply Retro" book.
Another quilt I had cut out was "Clambake" also designed by Camille.
I cut out too many blocks, so only needed to cut another 12 to have enough to make the cot-sized version, which is included in the pattern.
Recently I dropped off these four quilts plus the two pink cot quilts to a new-to-me quilter and on Monday she sent through photos of the two pink quilts. I'm picking them up this afternoon and hope to sew on the binding over the weekend.
Jenni's birthday quilt arrived back from Sarah last Friday and the quilting looks fantastic! The quilt needed a design to off-set all the triangles and points and "Squares All Around" was a great choice (along with the aqua thread).
Sewed on the binding on Monday and stitched it down while watching tv. I'm so happy this one is finished and with how it turned out as "Tessellation" was a real challenge for me to make.
On Friday nightI was looking through one of my fabric boxes to cut some more 5" squares for my B&C version of "Snippets",
came across some half-square triangles and had a light bulb moment - made some hourglass blocks with them and "Scrappy Stars" was underway (another Camille Roskelley design).
We've just had a long weekend and it turned out to be a busy few days. Saturday had a lovely time catching up with Lynell and Wendy - Robyn couldn't join us because she was in Canberra awaiting the arrival (on Saturday morning) of her brand new grandson and on Sunday Mum, Jenni, Kurt, ChaCha and I had lunch at the Audley Dancehall and Cafe - such a lovely place and loads of space for little ones to run around.