It’s been a productive weekend here. I finished all 36 HST blocks for a quilt top made with two batik charm packs and two stone chips charm packs. There is 1 block made with different fabrics as I was one block short, but I think i made it fit in fairly well.
Batik blocks :
Stone chip blocks:
And all the lovely blocks together:
I’m going to use black as sashing between all the blocks. I think it helps the colors pop. And i love bright colors with black.
I also played around with a few strips from my jelly rolls to make a couple…squares.
This first one is going to become an art quilt wall hanging. I’ll give you a clue, Oz.
This second one was more playing around. Same strips of material as above, but done differently.
I don’t know what I’ll do with this one:
It started out like this below, until I attacked it with my rotary cutter :
I also made a soup bowl cozy for my husband:
My first one! One corner is a little…wonky. Tip: don’t use the corner for where you leave your opening to turn it right side out. Oops.
It’s already been put to use!
Oh yeah, I made banana bread a couple days ago, and then homemade chicken noodle soup today.
Let’s see, what else.
I finally got the arms and legs attached to the doll I’ve been working on since this summer. Lol. And I’m working on a quilt top design using jelly rolls. I’ve looked online and don’t see any made with this pattern. Doesn’t mean it hasn’t been done, I just haven’t found it yet. I’ll show the results once I get that quilt top made.
Oh! And I’m embroidering a skeleton.
Don’t worry, it’s fabric!
Hope you had a great weekend, whether productive or relaxing. :)