Am not committing to too much! These are all baby/kids size projects. I do want to continue trying to using from my stash and not be buying new fabrics (shaking with anxiety at the thought; will just have to stay away from Spotlight and my favourite online stores...sigh, being a fabricaholic is hard).
I think I'll be doing well to complete these:
This top needs quilted:
This quilt is already underway...
I plan to make a string quilt with the leftovers and scraps from the two quilts above:
I want to make something with this kids' print flannel jelly roll...
Is from a pattern called 'Buzzcut' by Me and My Sister Designs which is in their book '12-Pack Quilts' and took me quite a few hours (I watched full seasons of 13 Reasons, The Crown second series, the third series of Reign and the Virgin Queen mini-series on Netflix while cutting, piecing and quilting).
We had a stinking hot summer here and on many days it was almost too hot to move outside, so it was nice to have an excuse (like I need one anyway!) sit in the sewing room in whatever breeze I could garner between the window and the back door.
Here it is with its buddy quilt #summer:
Here's how they look in the sitting room:
Did you spot Rumbles doing his cushion impression?
Created this small cot quilt during the weekend for my lovely workmate, Aleisha Schrader, who is expecting a new baby in May.
She was keen for a black/white/grey/navy/mint mix, in a modern style.
I cut out the fabrics on Friday evening and spent Saturday sewing it all together while watching an episode of Grey's Anatomy and then all ten (half hour) episodes of the new second series of one of my favourite Netflix shows 'Santa Clarita Diet' (starring Drew Barrymore), so it was about an eight hour quilt.
I used an all over, large stipple for the quilting, with a light grey thread on the top and a navy on the back. The dark fabrics are deep blue or charcoal (but look more like black in the photos).