Four more lupin blocks made this week--I am not sure where I bought this purple fat quarter. Here are samples of all the blocks I have made so far...24/48 blocks made. I am half way there! I have a few red-violet fat quarters in my pile so the raspberry lupins will blend in more once those are added.
I finished the starfish baby wash cloth. It is actually light blue...not gray.
The "Let it Bee" cross stitch is done too. I almost forgot to add the antennae! I will frame this in a small hoop and hang it in my sewing room.
I purchased a pattern for a blackwork project to work on next...I am in the process of getting my supplies gathered and hope to work on it this weekend.
My daughter also finished her Nashville cityscape. She has started a new project...not a cityscape. I hope to share a picture of it next week.
Finally, my Tula Pink 100 Modern Blocks sampler is completed! I spent a few hours this week hand sewing the binding down. I took this picture while standing on a ladder to get a full view of the quilt.
I used three fat quarters of ombre fabric for the colourful bits in most of the blocks as well as my extensive collection of black and white fabrics for this quilt. The binding is the same darker gray solid as in the horizontal stripes.
The colourful fabrics on the front and the backing fabrics were all designed by Tula Pink. I purchased the three fat quarters for the front at QuiltCon 2019 in Nashville.
My quilt was custom quilted by my friend, Julie C. Each block is different and the background areas all have horizontal lines. This quilt will go on our bed--our first new quilt on the bed in many years. I have several quilts that fit our bed and rotate them about once a month so every quilt gets a chance to be on display and lay flat. I love looking at all of the blocks and finding little scraps of fun fabrics and admiring the quilting on each one.
My friend and I go for a physically distanced walk every morning and today was foggy. Water droplets clung to the spider webs we saw along the trail so I had to take a few pictures.
I will be linking up with Kathy on Sunday morning along with all of the other Slow Sunday Stitchers.
Paige at Quilted Blooms has a new link up on Fridays for people to share their finished quilting projects. Thank Goodness its Finished Fridays--TGIFF!!!