I stopped by our local quilt shop which is also a drop off point for our guild and picked up a "kit" for another charity quilt. The ladies grouped together donated fabric and gave us a pattern for a Turning Twenty quilt. I not sure if I will use that pattern or not.
While I was there I was given this nice bundle of scraps which some of the ladies had put aside for me.
Then as soon as I saw this quilt in my latest copy of American Patchwork & Quilting it went right on my to make list. I ordered some cheddar and I already have some red, but it is hiding right now and did not want to come out for a photo. I have more than enough strings!
|String Theory by Sharon Tucker in the April 2017 issue Of American Patchwork &Quilting|
And I got a couple more of Cheri's patterns
I have been working on my HST's for the Goose in the Puddle SAL being hosted by Randy of the Barrister's Block blog. I am finally getting the hang of using my Bloc Loc ruler and I am loving it. You can read more about the SAL HERE.
|I don't have a rotating cutting mat but I use a piece I cut off of an old mat and it works just fine.|
Now if you have stayed with me through all of that, here is a video of a gentleman caller we had the other day.