a table runner...
I have a number of these types of fabrics (fruits and plants), so I am thinking of using them up in similar projects.
Years ago, one of my first quilts was a Bowtie Quilt, I still have it...
It was made with templates and hand-pieced and took a lot longer to complete.
I've been antecipating the start of the mystery quilt Orca Bay designed by Bonnie Hunter at Quiltville.
I have done mystery quilts before in a class setting but this is the first time I have participated via the web.
I will be using blue, white, red and yellow fabrics from my stash. I don't intent to buy any new fabrics for this entire quilt.
I selected blue and white/cream based fabrics for this block and went though all my fabrics and as much as possible I tried not to duplicate each fabric.
For the first part, we are required to make Hourglass blocks that measure 2 1/2" square.
Trimming each block using the "Quilt in a Day" ruler.
It was a lot of work involved but I'm glad its done ! 224 blocks.
Now waiting for Part 2 to be released on Friday... I wonder which colours will be in this section ?
My friend Jan-Marie sent me these cute blocks. We've been swapping with her since the beginning of the year and I always love her choice of fabrics. Thank you Jan-Marie !