My forgotten projects find in late July uncovered this packed up wallhanging that I started some time back in the early months of this year. I was inspired by the Strippy Heart Quilt I made for my friend and thought it might be nice to try a reduced size version as a wallhanging.
It could possibly be the insanity of working in scrappy 1.5" widths that resulted in it being tidied away and overlooked for a number of months, but I have been scrapping away at it and have made some progress since the pic above.
Unlike the bigger quilt, I made this one piece by piece (the large quilt was made from rolls of fabric I'd stitched up - you need to see my post to understand what I mean). I think it has meant for more overthinking the placement of each piece though, which was avoided by using the rolls method of the bigger quilt. Perhaps, coupled with the fact that I have way less pink, navy and green B&C fabrics than the reds and aquas and I was trying to balance everything out - but, yes, I probably overthought it.
So amid an explosion of B&C scraps I have made progress and my questionable sanity is relieved by how much I like the results. Just need to keep a bit of momentum if I can so that I can get this flimsy ready for basting and quilting soon.
Looking good. You can't go wrong with B and C fabric. xReplyDelete
It looks very close (three seams?) to being a finished top! Go go go! (After you've, you know, stopped, stopped, stopped running round after CT for the day!)ReplyDelete