This was the result of a day of cutting on New Year's Day:
I managed also to get the sashing cut last week and I got it all laid out so I could see how I was going to actually assemble it. (Note the Christmas tree in the corner...it has since been put away, thank goodness. Now the dining room can be used for what it is meant to be- sewing, of course!).
|Getting the rows picked up to assemble was a bit tricky because of the stacked blocks within each row, but I sewed those together and then stacked the rows which helped. Now each row is assembled and it is time for sashing!|
My next task once this quilt is all done is to get on the FMQ of that orange and beige (weirdest combo ever) baby quilt I was working on in December.
I wish that instead of going to work- in crazy -30C weather- I could stay home all day and quilt. I wonder if my employer would agree to continue to pay me while I do that? :)
Linking up to Freshly Pieced's WIP Wednesday!
It's -30 here today with wind chill, and I was leaving for work at 7am I thought exactly the same thing! Love your baby quilts, they are gorgeous. Lucky little babies...ReplyDelete
Love your quilt!!! I think the pattern I just did was the same, but I got it off of Craftsy. Can't wait to see it all put together! Do you know how you're going to quilt it yet? I'm stumped on mine :-(ReplyDelete
~ Jess ~
Everything Is Coming Up Rosie
You are too good to make quilties for all those babies on the way... I always say that a baby needs a quilt! Love that colour selection... I would have based my pull on those Ann Kelle owls too. I have that in a different colour pathway (and a Christmas version!). But then again, you probably would have guessed that!ReplyDelete