It’s been *ahem* almost a year since I blogged. I had another site, it went down, and I never really got the motivation to continue with this one. I am shamed.
I’ve certainly been working on a number of things over the past 8 months or so, so I guess I’ll share a couple of them.
This guy got turned into a pillow for a friend for Christmas. The paper piecing was really easy to follow and can be found at Quilt Art Design’s Craftsy Store. The quilt behind the penguin is a current project. Please disregard. Move along, nothing to see here.
This was a going away present for a coworker of mine. He left the unit I work on at the hospital to do an accelerated ARNP program and I felt like he needed some encouragement. When I was trying to ever-so-coyly get information out of him as to what he likes so I could put it in the quilt, he responded with something like, “I dunno. I like to go outside.”
It’s actually been so long since I finished it that I can’t even remember what size it is, but given the approximate size of my quilt model, I’d say the quilt is about 60″x40″? Give or take. The fabrics from it are primarily “Rustique” with some solids mixed in. The center is Penny Lane, a free template from 627 Handworks. She has some really neat stuff for free on her site.
I have, of course, worked on much more than these couple of things, but, y’know, maybe it’ll give me incentive to actually post more if I don’t share everything. 🙂
Linking up with Crazy Mom Quilts for Finish it up Friday.