- 2 remaining pay-it-forward gifts (one of the 3 was completed just before my old sewing machine died a death, and I'll post about it shortly. To the two other recipients I can only apologise very humbly for the delay.)
- Leaf quilt - shameful lack of progress, but I want to get this done for the autumn
- Pebbles quilt - sewing machine breakdown and summer holidays halted play
But on the cutting table (ie, living room floor) today:
Some cotton sheeting, some Robert Kauffman Yarn Dyed Essex Linen, and some beautiful Liberty from Very Berry Fabrics. This is a Maxi Scrap Pack - there's something magical about these that makes me feel about six.
Whenever I look at Ali's shop I have to rein in that "I'll have a bit of everything" feeling. A scrap pack is a great way of satisfying that compulsion - it's a fabric buffet! This one was kindly sent by Ali so I could try out an idea.
So, tempting as it is to hoard these pieces and only take them out to look at, I am turning this...
into this - crazy patchwork panels which will be combined with the Essex linen to become part of the British/Japanese inspired project I mentioned last week. I'll go out on a limb and say I'm hoping to finish it up for Friday.
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