But first I have to show you a finish that I'm partially responsible for! I say partially because I finished the quilt top a couple years ago, and then it got put aside. I put it up for "adoption" in Cynthia Brunz' Quilty Orphan Adoption last September, and Doris in Alabama offered to quilt it up and send it to Covered in Love. She added a border to make it a little bigger, too - and this week she sent me a picture of the finished quilt.
At home this week, I finished up the green row of bracket blocks for my version of the Full Stop sampler quilt designed by Angela for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge.
Here are the three for the year so far:
My rows average out at about 41 inches long right now, so I'll wait until all the rows are made to decide what else to add. The background fabric I'm using is Moda Bella Pearl. Shouldn't be too hard to get more if needed. Plus a fun rainbow border fabric could be a nice addition at the end.
Last week, I was inspired by Sylvia at Treadlestitches' crumb hearts, and I had a "just have to try it" moment! So, having already made some crumb blocks in green, I did! Sylvia kindly told me that her hearts are made from the free Cluck, Cluck, Sew heart quilt tutorial, found here.