I hope you'll agree that
our projects and stitching
should bring us pleasure, smiles
and even laughter.
Each month there is a group of bloggers
who have been challenged
and, hopefully, have found joy in
creating a monthly mini and then
sharing their creativity with others.
Our blogging friend, Wendy,
the Constant Quilter, has been the
facilitator of this diverse group.
Thank you ,Wendy. I've appreciated your
This month I only have a quilt top.
My attention had been diverted to stitching hst's!
Sunflowers and Sunshine
38" x 38"
Yellow scraps and a pattern
designed by Vanessa Goertzen of Lella Boutique
was fun to stitch
during the last of the summer days.
You can get the free sunflower block
pattern here from Aurifil.
Yes, there were a few more
half square triangles to make,
but that yellow fabric
was just so happy to play with.
The four blocks went together quickly.
The striped border fabric had been used
in my daughter's first grade classroom
as shelf drape.
Now it was happily being
used once again.
My fence line-up for this month had to be called
Sunflowers and Sunshine.
Here's a closer look at the middle quilt.
From where you're looking, it doesn't seem
to fit the theme, but
the border fabric was its ticket
to join in on the fence parade.
Also wanted to give you all an update on the free
"Oh, Say Can You Sew" mystery quilt
generously designed by Lisa Bongean.
The stack of 128 blocks
is ready and waiting
for clue #6.
Until Next Time-