I think that I have a condition called ADSD (attention deficit sewing disorder). I can't seem to settle down to one project to work on. Flo calls that "butterfly quilting",
I mentioned it to Patti and she said that it made for interesting reading, so try lack of focus was working for me, ha ha
The other day I thought I would forge ahead on the hand pieced hexagon quilt that I've had resting for a while.
Then, cleaning up my sewing room, I came across another stack of vintage blocks I had gotten on the same day I purchased the hexie ones....
They have been hand pieces and then hand appliquéd to a plain background. They measured about 13-1/2" square, I don't know the name of this design. Anybody out there know?
It is so nice to look at the pretty vintage prints. Someone had a pretty good color sense I think, to use the green and bright yellow so effectively.
I will have to explore other fusible web products to do the other blocks.
I it seems that I have 17 of them. I think that I washed them at some point.
I decided to make some sort of alternate block to set them. I really like to have lots of white in this sort of quilt that uses "1930's" fabrics.
Now I need to do a machine blanket stitch around all the edges.
I think that right now I just want to make a big bed quilt. We have a king size bed here, and there is only one quilt that is big enough for it. I like it a lot, but it would be nice to have an alternate.
Anybody else working on a king size quilt?