Friday, 1 April 2016

March [review]

The highlight of my March sewing was a finish! Before she arrives, Baby's Sunrise quilt is finished. You can read all about it here!


My other finish of the month was a dolls house. I had a great time making this at a workshop and added loads of detail playing with felt. There are lots more photos on this blog post.



And the rest of the month has been about blocks again. I've made real progress on the Patchwork of the Crosses, not just piecing - 11 blocks - but also cutting for the next eight blocks - that should keep me going for the next couple of years.



I've made 7 Farmers Wife Blocks - you can see some here, and I made these four in the last couple of days:



Sixteen #365 Blocks (I'm a little behind with these)



A couple of Splendid Sampler blocks and the first block of a new project - the Jane Austen Family Album quilt.



Including the work to get the Sunrise quilt finished, this brings me to a total of 64 block - I'm nothing if not consistent - 64 blocks in February too!

We've also had some lovely family time the last few weeks

Nom nom ice cream


Climb on Grandad!


Hands on hips in indignation that the prom ends suddenly!
Hope your March was good!

2 comments:

Heather said...

I love the Sunrise quilt. I'll have to check your earlier post to learn more about it.

Allison said...

Glad you got the baby quilt finished and all your blocks look great. Family times are the best - even when your children are grown ups like mine!