As some of you may've picked up on IG, I have a (sort of almost) finish to share...
I have to admit I was a tad frantic when it came to making a design choice for our do.Good circle's June quilt. May was a little (read: insanely) hectic for me at work, so the block and color scheme were both a bit of a last-minute decision—thanks in large part to the AMB blog tour post and block I'd just finished working on.
In spite of that frenzy—to borrow the words of my circle (bee?) mate, Nicole—I'm in lurve. And of course now that I finally have a top stitched together, it's time to think about quilting! I'm thinking linear—either vertical lines (per usual) or a grid à la Rita of RPQ (though I'm not sure I'm neat enough to pull off the latter).
Any advice on that front?
In the meantime, it's safe to say I've got plenty of other things to catch up on since my unexpected hiatus from sewing this summer—#opgivewarmth, steampunk, gypsy wife, selvage play (and 16-patches!), ...and that's barely skimming the surface. Not to mention a fair share of planning to do, including the forest abstractions class, which starts next week(!) at Crimson Tate. (How is it already almost Labor Day?!)
Linking up this overdue finish with crazy mom quilts!