It's time for the 2022 edition of the Stay at Home Round Robin, and I've decided to participate! For all the scoop about how this fun QAL works, check out Quilting Gail, right here!
This first week, our job is to choose our center block, and I've done that. I'm going to start with a Kathy Schmitz embroidery design that I finished up last year, but haven't done anything with yet. To go with it, I pulled these interesting prints from a bag of scraps that a friend gave me recently. These measure about 11 x 21. I'll need some kind of background fabric, too - still deciding on that.
My goal is to turn the embroidered block into a
wall-hanging for our living room!
And since this is a Tuesday post, I'll add my to-do list on and share with Linda and friends at Texas Quilt Gal.
I did accomplish all I set out to do last week and you can read about those things in my weekend posts - Rainbow Scrap Challenge and Finished Frosty.
In my RSC post, I listed the Easy Breezy blocks as a project I would like to finish up, and so that's going to be the main thing on my list this week. It didn't take too long to sew up the blocks into a small quilt top - it's 36.5 inches square - just the size for Jack's Basket!
Next step is to finish piecing the backing and get the layers basted for quilting. Hoping to accomplish that this week!