Laid out the fabrics to get an idea of the colour wheel:
Then pulled them out and started cutting strips:
I only need a 3" strip from each colour, leaving me the better part of a fat quarter to add to my stash. That's a lot of stash!
And the selvedges cut from the edges - would be a gorgeous quilt! I must do something with this for the end of the year...
Aaaaand we're done!
I even cut an extra set of 2.5" strips for...another project. I don't know what project yet; I haven't decided. But they're there in case I want to use them!
Now to cut them into triangles lay them out, and sew them into rows! EASY PEASY!
*sound of breaking brain*
Scrap Attack (nobody puts baby in the corner)
I'm planning to quilt this one all myself. I may be crazy.
I've never quilted an entire full-size (well, single) quilt myself. I'd actually like to go with FMQ instead of the usual straight-line quilting. Perhaps in concentric diamonds around the centre?
I'm hoping to have this done for the Bloggers Quilt Festival in Oct/Nov.
So crazily behind on these. This one was for May!
Yes, I did use a leetle piece of Mendocino Mermaids in there...
I think this one is May, too. Or possibly June?
And one for the Books and Blocks Bee organiser, Tracey:
This one was very easy: she'd cut up the fabrics and sent them over to me, and all I had to do was assemble them! Very very simple!
I managed to get these three put together last night - lots of cutting and sewing, but quite satisfying to get done!
Waiting in the Wings
Quilted it, but need to stick the pillowslip all together.
On the backburner. Maybe when I need a break from the teeny-tiny piecing involved in the Eternity Quilt. Just needs to be ready for Swap Day at Material Obsession.
What have you done this week? Have you linked up at the Linky Party over at Freshly Pieced?