Time for some catch up! First off, this weekend I made this month's bee blocks for the Joy circle of do.Good Stitches.
We were to make two double snowball blocks using blue rings with yellow outer corners, and a novelty print centre. Blue and yellow are colours I don't often use, especially blue. In fact, I went out and bought two FQs specifically to make these blocks because I couldn't find enough blue in my fabric bins. I have quite a bit of aqua, but not blue. I'll be looking forward to seeing how the quilt comes together.
Remember these??? My lovely stack of Joel Dewberry's Notting Hill. My plan when purchasing these was to make a Supernova quilt, from 'Quilting Modern', but now I'm having second thoughts. I do love the Supernova, but it's the thought of making an entire quilt using 'stitch & flip' triangles that has me second guessing. It's the reason I stalled out on making a Sparkle Punch quilt earlier this winter, and also when making the above bee blocks which uses the same technique, I was glad that I only had to make two blocks! So now I have this beautiful stack of fabric with no concrete plan, but I'm dying to start using it! Might be time to start perusing my own Pinterest boards.
And finally for today, this I Spy baby quilt I showed last week is now listed for sale in my Etsy shop.
Have a lovely week everyone.