I am soooo totally still into the just-sit-down-and-sew mood, and this time for a different reason.
It is because I am so busy organizing fabric donations and kit construction for my quilt guild’s volunteer effort, the Children’s Quilt Project (more info here), and I have consequently felt as though I did not have time to work on my own quilts.
Since this other work in non-sewing, I have sneaked into the studio and grabbed time to sew on quick and easy projects that I can finish in a shorter period of time.
Here’s the gallery of items I’ve made since the last post:
From triangle scraps donated by EBHQ-er Judy J, an actual finished quilt—-
I quilted and bound this lovely top sewn (from a kit I put together) by another EBHQ member—-
Sorting through all the donations of fabrics to the Project, I found a large bin half full of 2.5″ x 4.5″ rectangles. I played with these for a while, and came up with a few quilt tops—-
A Christmas Chinese Coin Variation—-
A Sideways Christmas Chinese Coin—-
A Christmas Rail Fence—-
A Somber Rail Fence—-
A Purple Rail Fence—-
And one large Four Patches with Half Square Triangles—-
That’s all for now.