I hope you all are safe and staying at home sewing in this crazy CoVid-19 times. Mauritius has been on lock-down for some days (except grocery stores, supermarkets, bakeries etc), then curfew and from today there's a 7 days complete lock-down (curfew) all over the island.
I've been stuck at home since last Thursday (when I had to get some groceries). I've been busy with this and that, finished a few items for my shop (no photos yet).
As most of you know, I love log cabin quilts. Recently I have finished two scrappy log cabin quilts, you can see them here and here. Yesterday I worked on UFO #1 (13) I've been piecing the blocks for some time, can't remember exactly when I started, maybe 1-2 years ago.
1-2 weeks ago I decided on a layout and yesterday I first pinned the blocks together and marked each row
.... and voila!
Here it measures 64 x 64 inches (162.5 cm square). After I took the pic, I added one row to the top and bottom (64 x 80 inches / 12.5 x 203 cm). I've yet to decide if I want to stop here or make it larger?
I think this one is going to be another favorite! I just love, love, LOVE this design, and of course; it looks even better when scrappy! :)
I've made my very first wedge place mats!
This is the fabric that has been in and out of the shelf umpteen times. Earlier this year I finally decided what to make (link) From the fabric I had, I've made 1 tea cozy + coasters, these and four other place mats.
This is what is left of those fabrics, cut into squares, strips and rectangles.
More squares for scrappy quilts! :)
I'll never get tired to this view, every day is different
(Sunday, March 22, 2020)
Such a glorious morning (Friday, March 20, 2020)
HAPPY QUILTING - STAY AT HOME!