I've been playing with hexagons a lot this month. That little sewing machine is made from quarter inch hexagons and is part of my Hoop La La swap. I'm still working on the final piece.
I started a new quilt (very unlike me!) in pinks and greys. I still need to add some borders and then it may be a Christmas present if I get the time to finish it.
I was Queen Bee for Stash Bee and have received some beautiful blocks - these were my original ones.
I've made another two incubator quilts to be donated to local baby units - if you'd like to contribute, there's more information here.
I made a Christmassy wall hanging as part of the Tula Pink Sew Along - this was my first project using just solids and I love it. I also love the quilting - copied almost exactly from Tula's model. One day I would love to make the whole ABC quilt.
I have been working on my swap item for the Modern She Made Swap - two of the place mats are ready for quilting, the other two aren't, but I have backing, thread for quilting and heat resistant wadding (which I've never used before).
And I finished my Farmer's Wife Quilt - pieced, quilted, bound and washed - FINISHED!!!! You can see more photos in this post, and in this post - this was my entry for the Autumn Blogger's Quilt Festival - there are some absolutely beautiful quilts on display!
Plans for November: I need to finish off two swap items, and I need to make some progress on the quilts I want to give as Christmas presents - I now have all of the fabric and wadding I need, so now I just need time. I'll also be travelling during November so hopefully I'll get some hand sewing done too.
How was your month?
Linking up with Lynn at Lily's Quilts