The prompt for the day for the IG Quilt Fest 2021 is "Contemplate."
Today, I have done more contemplating than sewing.
Hello, Spring Fabrics!
I have added spring green to the pinks and whites and grays
that have been appealing to me all year
and it adds in the spring greens and purple that March brings.
I have no idea what I might like to make with this fabric.
I am just enjoying the pretty stack of fabrics.
I have brought out my spring quilts this week and posted them Here
for the sharing of the green.
This week I have been joining in the fun on the
It is the first year I have participated although I enjoy seeing it every year.
Today's prompt is "creative hands."
I think I have decided on this photo from this blog hop post.
I only have photos of one hand as I am holding my phone camera with the other.
Free Pattern Find of the Month:
This block will only be free for the month of March
so click on the link above to download the .pdf.
So you do not miss a block join the ...
where you can also see all the quilts in progress.
Time to visit with the
Thanks for sharing with me.
Have a Happy Thursday!
Welcome to Week 8 of my Stitch Sew & Show Linky Party.
Thank you to all who have been linking up.
I do not have a finished project this week, even though I have been sewing everyday.
This is only a 16 week challenge, so I am hoping I can stay on track.
The 4th Block was added yesterday to All RBD Block Patterns Here
and I hope to be sewing this block today.
Sometimes I like to sew - along.
Yesterday I made the first two blocks for March for my Temperature Quilt.
In January, I started my House Block Temperature Quilt Here
We have had another blast of artic air and two very windy days.
The lavender door represents a wind chill factor of more than 10 degrees.
The roof color is for the high temperature of the day
and the house color is for the low temperature.
I have to sew a few blocks for February and a few for January to catch up to date.
Here is the cutting for my
There are many little house blocks out there
but sometimes I like to design my own blocks
so I can sew them my way.
Here is another block I drew up on paper and sewed my way.
It is a 6.5" unfinished Streaming Star Block.
I may also post a tutorial for how I sew this block.
Are you interested?
Do you like to design your own blocks?
What are you working on this week?
I pattern tested this design in 2020.
If you are interested in the pattern contact: DayBrook Designs
This photo is not my own but it is a good representation of March in my quilty corner.
The crocus here are still under several inches of melting snow and frozen leaves.
It is the time when winter is starting to lose its grip but spring has not arrived.
Tonight, winter is trying reassert itself with single digits and sub-freezing wind chills.