To me, one of the fun things about quilting is how you can go along in fits and starts, working 15 or 30 minutes at a time, in between other things, and still be making progress. Eventually, though, I want to see visible progress: proof that all those little scraps will come together to make something beautiful.
That happened last night. Some de-stressing sewing (after the marathon clean sweep adventure) resulted in 10 (of the 30 blocks) getting sewn together.
|t-shirt quilt on the design surface|
So the 2 bottom rows of the quilt are complete. Feels good. All the other blocks are at least to 9" x 9" size (most need to be enlarged to 12" x 12" finished size). Seemed like a great time to lay it all out and pat myself on the back for being so clever.
Two of my favorite blocks, because of the centers
Gonna link up to Judy Laquidara's Design Wall Monday over at Patchwork Times. Check out the fabulous work of others for inspiration. Always a lot of inspiration to be had.