Here is one of several projects I worked on at retreat. I won the top two stars in a block raffle a year ago, and just got them out recently. Added the bottom two and the border. I'll be calling this one Autumn Nights.
I completed this mini quilt for my sweetie to hang in his cubicle. So often quilt patterns and fabrics are feminine - it was fun to work on something with a more masculine look and feel.
This is the reinvention of a project gone wrong. Had previously made these 8 flag blocks and combined them in fours - only to realize they looked like swastikas! Ugh! So I cut them apart and played with them until I happened across this (much preferable) secondary pattern. Will need to finish joining them and bind.
This is a new project, made from this summer's Moda Wisconsin fabrics, with some other scrappy fabrics thrown in for fun. I think I'm going to change the border in the upper left corner to blue and work in the tan elsewhere. I want it to have a log cabin look, but may work in some flying geese or pine trees for fun.
I had some old jeans squares left from other projects, so I put together this little rag quilt with pockets. Half the fun of including pockets is deciding what to put in them! Here I have a sock monkey and a soft rattle. The back is fleece, so its a very soft cuddly blankie for some little girl.
I hope to do more quilting this fall. Other duties called this summer, and I've missed quilting dearly! Now I'm preparing to put my home up for sale, so that will also take time, but I hope to sneak some sewing time in as well. :)