A peek at what I have been up for the last few days - pulling fabric, rotary cutting, arranging and rearranging, and stitching - including some late night work. I seem to be so much more productive in the small hours of the morning!
I am working on a custom order for a low volume quilt with a balanced splash of color to set the tone for a pretty quilt with prints that tell a story. The quilt top is made up of many of my "fabric favorites"; some of which have been around for quite a while and are now highly sought after and hard to find, and some very new.
The quilt top, measuring 64 inches x 80 inches, is finished and I am waiting for the backing fabric to arrive. In the meantime I am toying around with a wedge ruler and my fabric scraps and can offer you a peek at my first ever Dresden Plate project:
Ten wedges pieced (and 80 fabric scraps rescued from my overflowing scrap bin) and thirty more wedges to go. Keep Calm and Sew On.
More on both of these projects soon.
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