I have made some progress this week. I finished the Estrella top, even ironed it and carefully folded it up with its backing fabric. I still have to piece that, but it’ll be a while until the top gets its turn from the to-be-quilted pile.
This week I am focusing on a bunch of kits I bought at the end of last year. They were clearance priced, so I figured I could whip them up for my Etsy shop or use the fabric for something else. This heart quilt was made from two charm packs and about three yards of solids. The charms it came with were aqua, pink, and grey. Kinda ‘meh’ in colors, I switched them out for spring colors. Much better.
I have been working on my 5th avenue shawl too. I try to do at least an hour a day, now that it’s getting bigger, those rows take longer. The finished size is 70 inches on the long side, it’s a scalene triangle, all sides are different lengths. Yay geometry!
I started a new kit last night, it’s called Reverie Gloriana’s Dream. The colors in this picture don’t do the fabric justice, in fact I almost didn’t buy it because of the photo.
I was pleasantly surprised though, they are really pretty, the red is a rich raspberry and the brown is a golden tan, the teal is a bit more greenish and the print is a lovely floral. I have the first block part cut out, a snowball with a base on it.
Frolic is still waiting on the last row of pantograph to be sewn. Maybe today, it shouldn’t take more than an hour.
Linking up with Denise at For the Love of Geese for Put Your Foot Down today.