This past weekend, my daughter was at a birthday party so I spent some quality time in my sewing space, tidying up and organizing. I found a baggie of triangle corners that I had accumulated in the course of making my Oceanic Supernova quilt. I loooove the colours in that Kona Solids collection ("Poseidon") and couldn't bear to part with even the smallest shard so I saved them for one of those "one day" projects.
I rewarded myself for finishing the Memory Quilt by playing this week. Those little triangles really wanted to be stitched onto a corner of a square of solid fabric. I found some Essex Linen in Natural in my stash and thought it looked kind of like sand so I went with it and then added in some Kona Bone for sparkle. This is how far I've progressed. The squares are cut at 4½".
Photos are a great way to see your project from afar - I can already see squares I need to move!
G saw it up on my design wall and when I said that the blue/green colours reminded me of sea glass, she said, "No, Mama. It looks like water!" So this project's name is definitely going to have to include Water.
I didn't work on anything else whatsoever this week so that wraps things up for today.
This Week's Stats
Finished Projects - 0
New Projects - 1
In Progress - 8
Please do visit WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced and The Needle and Thread Network with Monika and have a great hump day!