I was aware that it had been awhile since my last post, but it was a little surprising to see that six months have passed. Sometimes day-to-day life has a way of filling up all one’s time.
Anyway, those six months have been filled up with many activities, not least of which has been watching my grandson learn to crawl, and then cruise, and recently start walking.
Occasionally, I still manage to get in some sewing.
My latest quilt for Project Linus was actually finished a few weeks ago, and until today was still up on my design wall. But today I finally got around to photographing it and taking it down.
This is a variation on a quilt called “Sherbet Punch” from Quilting with Fat Quarters.
The original instructions call for 20 fat quarters, but the bundle of fat quarters I wanted to use had only 16. Actually, it originally had 24, but I had pulled out several for use in my ongoing Grandmother’s Flower Garden project.
I had picked up these fat quarters at the Portland Quilt Market in May 2018. They were from a fabric line from Windham Fabrics called Cottage Joy.