|Three rows sewn together|
|Auditioning fabric and pieces for the fourth row|
This week, like a good girl, I made myself work on the HST Medallion quilt before diving back in again to pick up where I had left off before. Veggies before dessert and all that. Or maybe it was major procrastination, but whatever. It wasn't until I was sitting on the floor unpicking part of a row, that I suddenly realized the stupid grin on my face was absolute and sheer enjoyment. Oh, you better believe that this quilt makes me very uncomfortable and extremely frustrated working through all the design decisions. But funnily enough, it all feels good compared to making a bazillion 'perfect' hst blocks.*uggh How brilliant to work on the other quilt first, huh?
|Overlapping and trimming for sewing the rows together...|
|And the middle of the quilt is completed|
|Looking at some potential units for the next improv. quilt...|
|Improv. hst's are more fun....|
Feel free to hop on over to the AHIQ post post to read more about these two quilts and other projects our group is working on!