My Hope Valley quilt is quilted, bound, and washed. Try as I might I could not get my camera to capture the depth of these colors. I’m completely drawn to these fabrics…must be those 60’s and 70’s memories…and yet these fabrics are fresh and modern as well.
I’m really not supposed to be working on this today…but I’m drawn to these baskets as well. I had the idea recently to arrange a block on my sewing table right before I leave the sewing room for the day. That way, I can’t do anything the next day until I’ve completed the block that’s ready to sew…this keeps me progressing on projects that might not be my main focus at the moment.
I really am trying to finish up some things in progress…but since tomorrow is National Quilting Day, I decided to let myself start another quilt (again, the photos don’t really capture these fabrics…probably should have waited until later in the day to take these pictures). This one’s been brewing in my mind for a little while, and I think I finally have the fabrics to make it happen…going to use some Hope Valley, Modern Meadow, Timber, Amy Butler, and Michael Miller Polka Dots…Hope you have a happy National Quilting Day!