Turkey Tracks: December 8, 2015
December 2015 Quilty Update
The hexie project I took with me to Charleston, SC, for Thanksgiving is coming along.
Truth to tell, I’m addicted to it.
The center is nearly ready to sew together:
I’m should have let the teal stripe NOT line up, as the little doll head looks disembodied in the middle of a sea of strips.
Will I go back and take out tiny, tiny seams and restitch. As much as I am a perfectionist, no.
This project is scrappy and is using my 2 1/2-inch squares and strips.
The missing unit is greens and is now ready for the neutrals. And the project gets quite a few neutrals around this center. You can see pictures in an earlier post. The design is from Edyta Sitar.
Once again, the Sewline fabric glue pen is to English Paper Piecing (EPP) as a rotary cutter is to quilting. Holy Cow what a find!
One of the bright scrappy quilts is on Lucy the Longarm:
Love the bright coral backing:
I’m using a dusty rose thread. And this is a Bonnie Hunter block, as you can see from earlier posts.
I’m caught up with Bonnie Hunter’s second clue, released last Friday, for the 2015 mystery quilt, Allietare.
I wonder if we will get the gold fabrics next Friday?
Love the neutrals in this quilt. Many are from Cotton + Steel fabrics. I have some lovely posts on that group of fabric-designing women here on the blog. Such an interesting story. Use the search button on the right sidebar to find that story.
I am also working on the other bright scrappy quilt–it’s on the design wall and getting some more borders. More on that later. It’s cute!