Whether you are able to bestow love and kisses on those who matter to you or not, I hope you will enjoy a wonderful day. The sun is shining in California and I noticed a little flower blooming in our yard. Spring is on its way, although we still have a huge storm approaching this weekend.
I got a few things done this week. I got the binding sewn down on my Stars in a Time Warp. This is the quilt made from the blocks that were posted every week by Barbara Brackman last year. Each week, we were instructed to follow the fabric designated that week. The pattern is the same for each block but it's amazing how different they all look with different fabrics.
And I love the fabric I used for the backing:
I also worked on another block for the Triangle Gatherings being offered by Primitive Gatherings. I am using the whimsical fabrics I was going to use on another project, which hasn't budged! I'm enjoying playing with fun fabrics. This umbrella fabric was found at Rosie's in San Diego! I think it's great to be able to step out of our normal routines and try something new. I think that's a definite personality trait of mine: no fear (mostly) to try new things! Fun, isn't it??
I also worked a little bit more on the log cabins being run by Béa and Céçile.
I'm making these very mini! And I'm using French General fabrics. I think there is one more set of 4 blocks for this sew a long. I haven't figured out how I'm going to set all four together, since they are so very different... maybe put something completely unrelated as sashing. Again, completely out of my comfort zone!!