So, quite a few quilt tops are pieced and a few of my July tops that I had intended to quilt in that month got finished this month. And still three days left! Who knows what might get accomplished in the last hours of the month. Not saying that I work best under pressure.... but.... things do get finished!
Some of my tops that got quilted are also bound and labelled and ready to delivery to their destinations. But am hanging onto them so I can overwhelm members of my local guild with my productivity over the summer plus some of them will be samples for a quick class I am teaching on using 10" squares (cake plates).
Of course, Missouri Star seems to come up with a video of an idea or technique just as I decide that I have enough ideas. This one is called Floating squares and when I saw the video, I knew I had some charm packs of solids in pastel colours that would work perfectly for this. Wasn't excited when I was making it, thought it was sort of bland but in the end, when it was quilted and bound, am very pleased with the final quilt. Not too sure where this will be donated. Too small for hospice and not really quite large or masculine enough for QOV (yes, I do send quilts for women soldiers but they are in the minority it seems and the need is not as great as quilts for men is).
And I have been piecing new quilt tops... new ideas. My sewing themed blocks are done and I added to them from my stash but of course, where is the picture? You will have to wait until I get it quilted. It is one for me and I will be using bamboo batting so see how I like it.
One more quilt to quilt... sigh... I say that a lot these days.