I started with a fabric pull like this:
I pared down the pull and then cut the strips and put them in this order:
Next I sewed the strips together, cut off a segment, added a strip of white to each side, flipped the strip and put it all together and...
A couple of shots in the garden of the top.
It was easy and it makes an attractive cheery quilt for some little person in your life. Of course, there is a bit more work to be done before it's an actual quilt...stay tuned for Kathleen's attempts at quilting (usually, I quilt by checkbook.)
Even though I said that I was not going to join any other bees, I re-joined the 4x5 Bee for another quarter and round 9 of the Pillow Talk Swap. So that brings me to Bee Awesome, Round Boo Bee, 4x5 and Pillow Talk Swap, plus the challenges and swaps from the BAMQG. I pared down my commitments and then, slowly, they creep up on me again. Does that ever happen to you? Don't get me wrong, I like every bee and swap that I am in, but in the back of my mind I know that I want to spend more of my time working on my own projects.
Life is full of so many choices - I need to get a little better at filtering the choices. And, of course, enjoy the choices that I have already made. I hope that you are enjoying your choices and bringing creativity into your life on a daily basis.
Aaaaanyway, that's it from the Robertson household.