My lovely little guild, Maritime Modern Quilt Guild, is in the midst of a challenge to members to make 8 1/2" half square triangles, using QuiltCon 2015 colours combined with any solid grey, so that we can make single bed quilts for our chosen charity. I figured I might as well sew the 80 hst blocks I made into a top since I had the time. I have had two family members tell me they want me to make them a quilt just like it now!
My Pfaff QE 4.0 is in the shop for service and my Pfaff Ambition 1.0 is all set up for freemotioning so I ended up sewing all the blocks for this quilt top on my 1952 Featherweight and then sewed the rows together on my 1999 Kenmore. It all went very well
I am just about to start work on my idea for a wallhanging that I will make for the Modern Quilt Guild's Riley Blake Challenge. The fabrics are very pretty. I ordered a few more to go with the fat 1/8s that the Modern Quild Guild supplied to members.
On April 14, the Canadian Quilter's Association's travelling show
It's Time For Colour
Will be making a stop at Atlantic Fabrics in Dartmouth.
I can't wait to get a good close look at some amazing little quilts. Click on the link to get the info.
Hope you had some quality quilty time today.