My good friend, Vicki, sat across from me this past Saturday creating darling Christmas quilts for her grand-children.
Meanwhile, I worked away on dresden blocks for a quilt I've had in my head for awhile now.
Nikki stole my phone and snapped this photo of me hard at work. Do you see my leader/enders all lined up so neatly, ready to sew, as I stitch away on the dresden blocks? Nikki thought that you should see how organized I am! (Sometimes.)
I'm planning on using the grey dots as my background. Any thoughts on what to do for the centers of each plate? Every block will be a different assortment of fabrics in the same color combination of pink, yellow, aqua, orange, green and lavender.
I also managed to finish up another block in the blue color-way for my Soul Searching quilt. These blocks are really large at 24 inches square!
This one puts me at the halfway mark for a twin size quilt when I'm finished.
Anne, from my Mid-Century Modern Bee, requested that we all make blocks in grey and lime from an original pattern that she's trying out. The layout is a secret. Four blocks were sewn up fast during my sewing marathon Saturday!
I wish that I could spend every Saturday sewing all day, but with the arrival of autumn weather, there's lots of yard work calling me to stay home!
And, besides, I'd miss my new little buddy, Moose! He keeps me busy, too!