Monday, February 26, 2018

More of the same

My creative life this week was much like last week - a couple more On Ringo Lake blocks completed, staying up-to-date with my temperature quilt, and a few more Flutterby blocks sewn up.  These Flutterby blocks are right up my alley - precut scraps and free rein when it comes to combining colors and fabrics!

About half the fabrics I put in my ETSY shop last week sold already, so I added more this week. 

Maybe, one day in the far off future, all my remaining fabric will actually fit in my sewing room. (Ha, who am I kidding?)

I'm getting ready to head to St. Louis for work for a few days, so I'm hoping to prep some hexagons as a handwork option for the flights and my hotel room at night.  If only I could find my Grandmother's Flower Garden hexagon quilt WIP...
This photo is from 2013 - and is probably the last time I worked on this.  It looks really washed out in the sun, and wrinkled because it had been tucked away in a bag, but I love the scrappiness.

...moving is so disruptive!  It's been six months and I still can't find things!

I'm linking up with Monday Making and Oh, Scrap!


Cynthia Brunz Designs said...

Love those flutterby Blocks. They are great for scraps. Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap!

Julie Fukuda said...

Oh, the pain of looking for things you used to know where they were... You don't even have to move to experience this ... even putting things out of sight when a guest is coming will do it. Handwork is great for travel. Have a great trip.

The Cozy Quilter said...

I try to bring a handwork project with me when travelling too. I hope you eventually find your hexie project! Fun to see your scrappy blocks.

Moneik Stephens said...

I love my hexie projects. I finished all my hexie UFO's and I felt so distraught until I started 2 new ones. Now I have something to keep me busy and no time to sew on them! Moving is hard and not finding what you know you have is even more challenging. Great to see you moving scrap projects forward.