Scrappy monochromatic log cabins for Ellison Lane Quilts' Scrappy Stash Quilt Along! Pink blocks are done, and I'm working on the third red block. I would like to get ahead because I feel like I get myself involved in too many things! LOL
This is what I am envisioning my final layout to look like.
Here's another simple patchwork baby quilt I've started for a new second cousin. The fabric is from an old quilt kit I had laying around (I really don't know why I buy quilt kits, they are so not my thing). I didn't like the pattern (seriously, why did I buy it?), so I just cut it up into forty 5" squares and threw in a Bella Solids charm pack just like I did with LT's quilt.
I made some progress on my Jack Attack blocks. However, I'm not really sure I'm into doing them anymore. But perhaps it's just because every time I pick them up, I end up getting distracted with other things so I'm not enjoying the process. I have all the block components cut out, and one block made. I need to finish the 3 other blocks, then sash them into a Union Jack. After that I'm going to add a border and call it a day. That's the plan anyways. If I ever pick them up again!
I sewed up a little pumpkin hotpad.
I pieced together my Threadbias pincushion for swap. But then I didn't like it. I fiddled with it and I think I have it figured out so it looks like I envisioned in my head.
The little fox I stitched is done, and the fabric purchased to turn it into a pouch.
The UFO quilt I finished to donate for 100 Quilts for Kids has still not been touched. If I want to link it up, I'm going to have to finish it this week. We'll see! It will still get donated eventually, which is the main point anyways.
I also sewed up a new bag, but that's another post!
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