I want the back of this quilt to be a mix of different fabric scraps. Victoria Findlay Wolfe’s fabric-making technique seemed like a perfect fit for the job. I love the technique and being improvisational but it took a lot longer than 15 minutes! The first few blocks will be pieced from scraps from cutting out half-hexagons for this quilt. Most, but not all, of the colors are from the newest Kona Cotton release. The scraps are very similar because they all come from the same project.
I’ve been working on a webinar for the Modern Quilt Guild and worrying about the webinar for the Modern Quilt Guild. Throw in a couple of other projects and you get no time for sewing.
Phew, this was a busy week! I finally got back into the sewing room today. I decided to cut back on the color palette some more. I’m worried that if I use too many colors the quilt will be too…muddled. Most of this afternoon was dedicated to cutting out strips. It takes me FOREVER to cut out accurate strips. My first two quilts were very improvisational so I bypassed the ‘cutting 2000 strips of size X for a pattern’ stage. I’m paying for it now.
Kona Bonsai, Silver, Shadow, Fog, Sunny, Wasabi, Oasis and Storm