Sandra wants to work on the making of this back next. So I will be working on the rail fence design cut out into one of the kits ready for me.
This is the kit along with a sketch of what it needs to end up looking like. Once I have this sewn Sandra will know how big the back needs to be. All coming from my stash! I hope to get to this one after I finish the Broken Courthouse Steps project I started with from her cutting fest! (Photos to follow later.) I have all the blocks done for this scrappy quilt and am sewing the rows together right now.
This is another kit all cut out. All the parts are ready for me, but this one will probably take some time before it will be started. I had so much of the fabric that will be used for the backing (top) that Sandra took some home for a project she will be making for her nephew and family. Her nephew, Andy, is the Line Backer Coach for the University of Illinois. She's planning on two quilts for their downstairs game room in the University's colors, blue and orange. You will need to check out her blog
in the coming days to see when she gets this one going.
Another project pulled from my stash is this cute one that Sandra continued from her home, is a fabric story book panel squared up with the red/white print. She saw a friend cutting out a similar book that was made into a small quilt.
The cloud fabric was also mine shared with Sandra a while ago. It hadn't been used until now. How about a bedtime story? It is all done, just needs a back.
These projects will all come back to me too!
After some sort of design for the flower panels is decided, cut, and kitted up.
These are orphan blocks. I always test a block out before I start a project. These will be made into a sampler quilt. Why let something go if secondary project can be made with them. Just takes math to make them all work together; fortunately for me I have Sandra :)
Finally, for now that is, is this fun project that will use up all these fabrics hopefully. She may need some more from my stash, there is USPS Flat Rate Shipping to get them to her for cutting. I think more blues, browns, greens, and reds will be heading to San Diego, CA.
If you happen to be wanting a craft show this weekend, my daughter Karen has a booth. It is her first ever craft show. You all know how awesome she does with creating crafts. Wish her the best outcome! So wish I could help her out, but it is just too much to fight the busy traffic getting there.
So let me close with my great grandson Greyson at the barber. He's just so darn cute, of course I'm not partial at all!