However, I did spend most of the day quiltmaking.
The are blocks I began making at our last Victory Prayer Quilt sewing day and finished a few seams at a time over the last few weeks. This is the same piecework pattern I used in the Chop, Chop, Sew quilt. These soft colors created a very different looking quilt.
The fabrics began as squares left over from a layer cake from another quilt. I searched my stash for a quiet, almost-solid, off-white to use for the sashing and border. The pink corner stones were another left over, and I plan to use the rest of that fabric for the binding.
The white-on-white print is barely visible in the photo; it too speaks softly.
I made this one smaller than the last top because I had only ten patches--so I have one left over for something; it might get pieced into the backing.
This project kept me busy all day, and I haven't yet cut the binding. The top finished at 39.5 inches, a good size for a prayer quilt for someone to use for napping or reading. I do wish I were capable of cutting and piecing a whole lot faster!
We're having a beautiful spring-like day. The last of the snow that has lived in my yard since before Christmas is finally melted. However, we can be pretty sure this is Faux Spring and that we'll see more of winter. We'll enjoy the sunshine while we can!