Diane Crewe who blogs the Cheshire Quilter. Diane shares her beautiful knitting projects as well as projects that were inspired at quilt meetings and swaps. Her creativity is extra special!
I'm working on two blocks of the month (BOM) mystery quilts.
Last month, I made these blocks for the guild's mystery. I have the clue for this month; but, I haven't started!
In February, I made square in a square blocks to add to the log cabins I stitched in January for the online mystery.
I liked how these blocks added to the log cabins and loved how the border looked on what I had stitched so far. I have cut the pieces and have more than half the clue finished. I am "focused" to stay on track this month.
I quilted more on my hexagon BOM. This month, I've quilted about half of the blocks. This is an example of one of the blocks. After I quilted the background, you couldn't see the "spin" of the pinwheel.
I quilted that section a second time, using a colored thread. I like the results much better.
I even stitched a little on my old chicken project! Yes, it is true, to finish something, one must actually spend time working on it!
I haven't worked on the river. A flu/cold attacked me and I've been fighting it all week. I only felt like working on projects that didn't require a whole of thought! Luckily, I've lots of that type of work to choose!