It's been a busy couple of weeks for me - I've been out almost every evening for the past 2 weeks, plus spending all last weekend at Skate Canada, and teaching a quilting class this past Saturday. Sunday was *my* day. No commitments, nothing to leave the house for. Just a day all to myself. Sewing time!!!!!
I loaded up a new customer quilt this morning, and got started on it. A bit of custom quilting on this one, so it's going to take a bit more time. I had some fun designing a couple of motifs for it (the quilter specifically requested acorns in the setting triangles, so I'm doing my best to oblige). Then I spent a few hours quilting. And when I needed a break, I headed upstairs to work on some piecing.
I really need a new project - something simple but fun, that I can use some of my fabric "collections" for. I have about 5-6 piles of fabric that I bought as a set, hoping to make a quilt from them. I'd like to dig into one of them, but I'm still looking for that perfect pattern or inspiration.
So, in the meantime, I made some more churn dash blocks for Judy's scrap challenge. Would be nice to meet her deadline and be ready to assemble a quilt by Jan 25.
Check out more design walls over on Judys' blog.