I finished up my Kona Challenge quilt this week and am so excited about that one. We're having the big reveal at Modern Quilt Guild in a few weeks so I won't be posting pictures here until after that. It's actually going to go on the living room wall. That's a big deal because I'm not really into hanging quilts.
I pieced my Farmer's Wife quilt top this week as well. I just hate unfinished projects laying around. Besides, I was stalled on other projects so I decided to finish this one up. It's approximately 42'x52" finished. I am glad I decided to stop while I was ahead and just make it into a baby quilt. I still feel a bit "meh" about it, but it's growing on me now that I put it together. The one big positive is that this quilt has inspired my layout for my Heirloom quilt. I might start cutting that tomorrow, although it's always scary to cut such great fabric. I frequently have commitment issues when it comes to cutting.
I'm very stalled on this one. I just can't think of what to do next. It's currently about 35" square. I really want it bigger for a baby quilt. It's currently just hanging on the wall waiting for inspiration to strike.
This fabric is all cut and ready to be sewn into a new skirt. I'm using the same pattern as last time, but with some pretty significant alterations. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that it all goes together as planned.
I'm also putting together a fun little project I hope to announce this weekend or early next week.