Wednesday, March 19, 2014

This has been a busy week!

First off is the tetris quilt I was commissioned to make. Still waiting on the purple to arrive...

And then a friend of mine wanted me to make some gifts for her upcoming trip to her home country of Belarus. 

A hooded towel with a flower and the letter "M":

Some pot holders using the colors red, gray, white & black: 

And some pot holders using walnut & cream, for which I used my Aster Manor scraps: 

But I didn't leave myself out, because I made a pillow cover (still in progress) using my beloved Salt Air: 

The Kona color is pond, if you're curious. 

And a table runner with the same fabric line: 

Not one piece of Salt Air shall be wasted!! And obviously I've been putting the hexagons together for a while. I'm very much looking forward to sewing that binding to the back tonight. It's been a long time since I've gotten to do a binding, and that's my favorite part!

One more pretty picture before I go - this lovely bundle is Rock N Romance by Art Gallery Fabrics: 

Ok - two more pictures, just because I know you want to see more:

I feel pretty sure these are destined for my bed. I'm developing an unnatural affection for them. 

Linking up to Freshly Pieced for her Work in Progress Wednesday. What's going on with you this week?


  1. an affection for art gallery fabrics is entirely natural and your bed would be a great place for them! when you said "busy week," you weren't kidding. =) love the Dresden plate cushion cover.

  2. Wow! You've made a lot of progress. It puts me to shame. But maybe it'll also encourage me to stop sitting in front of the TV and do a little more quilting.

  3. That Dresden is beyond gorgeous.

  4. So many fun fabrics and projects! Salt Air was one of my favorites too and that fabric at the bottom is so pretty. Those tetris squares look fabulous already! I can't wait to see how fancy it looks all worked up.