The title of this blog post has nothing to do with anything... My son has learnt a new phonics alphabet song at school and that was my daughter's version! My mind went a bit blank thinking of a title so I'm going with that.
On to sewing...
Retro Flowers Quilt - the binding has been sewn on and it's in the wash!! I will share the finish on Friday and hope there's some glimmer of good light to take pictures tomorrow.
I got this fabric a while ago and knew I'd use it for binding the Retro Flowers because it looks like Drunkard Path shapes. It is called 'Prism Break' (I would have bought it for that awesome name alone!!) by Hoffman Fabrics, I got it from Fabric Rehab but they no longer have it in stock. Glad I snatched some when I did.
- Rose Star - two more blocks done:
- Blogger's BOM
- Braid Quilt
... both of these just need borders adding!
- granny blanket
- kids project
- HFWYG? QAL
new projects: 0
in progress: 6
I also got some fabulous AMH feather bee blocks sent recently from my Scrappy? Sew Bee It! friends. First up these beauties came from Deborah, who just has the best taste!:
I really love the fabrics she picked and the gorgeous bright tones. Thank you Deborah!
Next was this one from Janine, who managed to include some of my favourite prints:
She sent me some lovely scraps too and I am completely in love with the laminated one on the right - if anyone could suggest any small project that I could use this for (and keep and treasure for myself!) please let me know
And if that weren't enough she sent an incredible mini quilt she made that my daughter jumped on straight away:
Unicorns are a big hit in our house and this is stunning! The stitching is so beautiful and I love the solids. The shapes of the background are fabulous too. Janine is always so creative and comes up with such beautiful designs so I am utterly thrilled to have this fantastic piece: