The wedding dress quilt was delivered Thursday, and a shower present is completed. That means I have no deadlines, which is a wonderful place to be in the studio. Since the Debbies turned me on to Marcia Derse fabrics at the last retreat, I've been accumulating. And this week I finally am cutting into them and have a plan in mind. This quilt will be alternating pieced and whole blocks, all of them 6" x 12". So simple even I can keep track of the math! The scraps are even attractive!
I know this picture doesn't look like much. But it's the beginning of my "Modern in the City" challenge. The inspiration photo taken by FB buddy Brian Jones is not very clear in the picture, purposely. But I've got an idea and think I know how to execute it. What a luxury to have this idea and the space to play around with it while I work on other things.
Back to playing!
Here's the shower present I made for my cousin's daughter - an insulated food carrier. The most special thing about this present is that the spoon was made by my cousin Jerry.