I bought the pattern @ Patch, then had the paper piecing patterns photocopied, then I did this..
I pinned all the PP patterns on my design wall as they fit in the quilt, because I figured it is the only way I would be able to keep things straight and plan my colour combos. Once each block is finished I will pin it back on the wall and when they are all finished I can easily sew them into a top without getting mixed up.
Then I sorted through some of my Kona scraps. My plan is to not buy any new fabric for this quilt.
Then I sewed up one block on my beautiful little Featherweight. This will be fun!
Nathaniel will be home for a little visit on July 9 but I don't think I will have it finished by then!
For the first time in ages, I am linking up with The Needle and Thread Network. Why don't you link up too? Love to see what you are working on.
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you get time to do some quilting today.