The blue background dot was £2 a yard, madness, and as the lovely Jennie (my Guild sister) that I bumped into said, at that price, who could say no!!
I know, I succumbed to the lure of the Patchwork Please!, I have seen so many fantastic projects, especially this one, and well, knowing my love of books, did you think I might resist?
It's not going to help me get my sewing room organised, but despite it's fugly appearance and being rammed to the rafters, I have managed to give it a little tidy up and organisation, and am planning on getting a little sewing done in the next day or two.
And so on that note, my Monochrome Quilt, how on earth am I going to quilt it, any ideas? I genuinely have no idea, and as a sampler, it's kind of thrown me, seriously, keep it simple, but what do you think?
Marit is a very clever young lady quilter, and I can thoroughly recommend a little look around her blog.
Right, back to the binding of my hexy quilt, I'm over 3 quarters of the way round, yay!