June 2013 archive

Color Therapy in Cushion form


Although Color Therapy wasn’t my first quilt it was the one that made me fall in love with quilting.  It’s actually a pattern from the book, Scrap Republic, but a friend saw it as a work in progress and commented that I was enjoying some color therapy and he was right, hence the name.

rainbow top
Color Therapy, August 2012

Color Therapy resided on my eldest son’s bed for a long time whilst I worked on his Rainbow I Spy quilt.  It just covered the top of his single bed and he liked it but he was really happy when I finally finished his special quilt.

color therapy on sofa

I was really happy to have Color Therapy returned to the sofa, we have a really ugly, stained sofa (who does cream, non-removable cushions for a young family???) and it looks a bazillion times better with a quilt on it.  In fact it looks so good that I was immediately prompted to get back on the cushion bandwagon.  Which is a really roundabout way of showing you my latest finish ;)

cushions on sofa

I actually bought a plus quilt pattern a while ago and never got around to making it.  I love the look of it but I just wasn’t sure about cutting each print into 5 squares.  So I decided to play around with a cushion and cut one rectangle and two squares from each print.  Et voila!

plus cushion

I love me some color and this cushion started as an excuse for me to get some more color therapy.  I had just ordered a few yards of Kona Steel (long story, I thought I wanted Kona Steel, actually I wanted Bella Steel, now I have both!) which is a lovely dark grey.  I SLQ with a gorgeous deep Aurifil red (2260 in 50wt) in the negative space and hand quilted just within each of the pluses with a verigated yellow (Aurifil 3920 in 12wt).  I love all of the contrasts in this cushion cover.  It’s so bright and fun and both my husband and I have decided that our next sofa will be a dark grey so we can enjoy this cushion ;)

close up hand quilting
Close up of hand quilting

Most of the prints came from my monthly Stash subscription from Pink Castle Fabrics, if you’re looking for a way to build your stash it’s a great option.  I used a fun print on the back with a simple snap closure.

back plus cushion

My other big finish this week was shared earlier in the week as part of the Kate Spain blog hop.  This was actually the project that I thought I wanted Kona Steel for when in fact I needed Bella Steel (and I really need to start labeling my solids!).

Starry Skies top 2
Starry Skies quilt for the Kate Spain Blog Hop

This quilt was a real reminder for me that I want each quilt to be the best it can be, not just finished.  I’m glad I listened to that inner voice because I really do love this quilt and it was worth unpicking my first FMQing.

Starry skies FMQ detail
Close up of quilting detail, Starry Skies quilt.

Have you had a finish this week?  Do you focus on the finish or the process?  I’d love to hear your thoughts.  I’m starting to get serious about this whole business thing and I’ve been thinking a lot about my process.

I’m linking up with TGIFF over at Blossom Heart Quilts this week and for the first time linking up with Needle and Thread Thursday at My Quilt Infatuation.

   My Quilt Infatuation

Kate Spain Blog Hop: Starry Skies


Kate Spain Blog Hop

Welcome to my day of the Kate Spain blog hop hosted by the lovely Alyce of Blossom Heart Quilts.  If you are new to Pretty Bobbins, please check out my Photo Gallery where you can see most of my finishes.  I’m a bit of an Instagram fiend, so feel free to follow me over there too for lots of in-progress pics :)  You’ll find all of my social media links just to your right —>

starry skies gate

I’m not sure when I first happened upon Kate Spain’s gorgeous prints, but I do know what drew me to them.  I love the colours that she uses, the prints themselves are beautiful and the palette is always stunning.  When Alyce contacted me about the hop I had one lonely wonky star on my design wall and a hankering to create a beautiful quilt using some of my favourite prints.  Perfect timing really :)

Starry skies FMQ detail

I see every quilt as an opportunity to get my FMQ on and have some fun.  I originally started quilting Starry Skies with a pale pink in a swirl design but it wasn’t quite right so I ripped it out and came up with a design inspired by the final fight scene in Mulan where the baddy zooms off on a firecracker and the screen is enveloped in swirly clouds and zooming streaks of rockets (Mulan is a favourite movie around here at the moment).

starry skies mulan quilting inspiration

I really had a lot of fun pairing my favourite Kate Spain prints with some stash favourites.  Looking at this quilt makes me happy, it’s a good thing to capture so many favourite prints in one quilt to keep forever and the Bella Steel really makes them pop.

Starry Skies top 2

I used a lovely soft grey Robert Kaufman flannel on the back which was a dream to quilt.  I find that flannel moves around on the machine so much better when FMQing but clings to the wadding; win-win!

Starry Skies back

I machine quilted Starry Skies with Aurifil 2605 in 50wt and hand quilted around the stars in some of Aurifil’s gorgeous verigated threads in 12wt (3770, 4662, 3840, 4660).  I much prefer Aurifil’s 12 wt to Perlé 8 which is what I previously used for hand quilting.  Has anyone tried the new Aurifil floss?  I’d love to hear your thoughts :)

Starry Skies handquilting
I love these Good Fortune Dragon Flies!

Putting this quilt together I really was impressed with how well Kate’s different lines go together.

Starry Skies mixing lines
Here you can see prints from Terrain, Good Fortune and Cuzco.

Are you sick of the photos yet? ;)  I really do love this quilt :)  The pattern will be available in my craftsy store soon.

Starry Skies close up

My nearly 3 year old daughter claimed this quilt as hers and happily slept under it for the first time last night.  I had planned to either sell it or use it as a lap quilt, but at 41″ x 58″ it fits her toddler bed nicely.  Can you believe it lost 2″ width and 4″ length after washing and drying, even after pre-washing and drying the flannel?!

Starry skies quilt on bed

We had a stunning sky yesterday when photographing the quilt and tried our best to capture it.

starry skies road

I think these clouds might just inspire some more FMQ!


This quilt was pieced and quilted by me on my Bernina 440QE.
Size: 41″ x 58″
Materials: Prints from Terrain, Cuzco and Good Fortune as well as some stash favourites, Moda Bella Steel and Berrylicious (binding).
Thread: Aurifil 50wt 2605 and 3770, 4662, 3840, 4660 in 12wt.

Starry Skies folded

So if you’ll excuse me I’m just going to go enjoy this little scene again, nothing like Mummy made quilts  :)

Mummy made quilts
L-R: Rainbow I Spy quilt, Starry Skies quilt, Kitchen Windows

We’re nearly at the end of the Kate Spain blog hop, but there is still lots of fun to be had.  You can link up any Kate Spain projects you have made prior to the hop here (there are some great prizes on offer!).  Or, if you’ve been inspired by the fantastic hoppers, you can link up any Kate Spain project made during the hop on June 28 at Blossom Heart Quilts (the linky will be open for a week).  And all those questions you’ve been dying to ask Kate, please add them to the comments of this post so that Alyce can get some answers for you :)

Thanks so much Alyce for organising such a gorgeous blog hop and a huge thank you to the generous sponsors who have donated some great prizes!  Scroll down for links and dates of all the hoppers!

Mystery prize from Kate Spain
Serenade layer cake
In From The Cold fat quarter bundle
Sunnyside Up 16pce fat eighth bundle
$20 gift voucher
$25 gift voucher

$25 gift voucher

Fandango 12 pce fat quarter bundle thanks to Red Coconut

Monday June 3rd - Interview with Kate Spain
Tuesday June 4th - Interview Part 2 and Jane at QuiltJane
Wednesday June 5th – Christa at Christa Quilts
Thursday June 6th – Kimberly at Fat Quarter Shop
Friday June 7th – Laura at Quokka Quilts

Monday June 10th – Chrissy at Sew Lux
Wednesday June 12th – Julie at The Intrepid Thread
Thursday June 13th – Kristy at Quiet Play
Friday June 14th - Link up your favourite Kate Spain project! and Lynne at Lily’s Quilts

Monday June 17th – Alyce at Blossom Heart Quilts
Tuesday June 18th – Heidi at Fabric Mutt
Wednesday June 19th – Melissa at Ms Midge
Thursday June 20th – Jess at The Elven Garden
Friday June 21st – Janice at Better Off Thread

Monday June 24th – Diane at From Blank Pages…
Tuesday June 25th – Me! Pretty Bobbins
Wednesday June 26th – Kara at Me And Elna
Thursday June 27th – Readers’ Q&A with Kate Spain at Blossom Heart Quilts
Friday June 28th - Link up your blog hop projects!

Monday Stash – South Pacific Style


Vanuatu tiki

I could say that I meant to write this post yesterday for Sunday Stash, but actually I meant to write it the previous Sunday *sigh*  Better late than never, right? :)  I just wanted to share some textile goodies from our recent trip to Vanuatu.

Vanuatu colours

I mentioned recently that my family took a short holiday to Vanuatu, it was our first trip there and our first time staying at a big resort with a kids club.  Boy did the kids love that!  We managed to drag them away from kid’s club a couple of times, but they spent most of their time enjoying the climbing equipment and various activities.  I enjoyed the novelty of eating quiet meals with my husband and not cutting up someone else’s food ;)

Vanuatu street art

We stayed not too far from the capital of Port Villa, it really is a small place but for us it was a nice change of scenery.  The colours are striking and the street art was really impressive!

Vanuatu street art 2

We popped into the local markets a few times and bought some T-shirts and dresses.  I really loved the markets, the women sit in their stall with their tredle singer sewing machines (new ones) and spend the day sewing between sales.  They will whip up an item to order if you have time to wait and whilst I already need to make a few repairs after the first wash, I just loved the experience.

Vanuatu sewing machine
Photo by Trevor: Me in my made by me Washi Dress and a lovely lady
 in her handmade dress <3

We found an indoor market that had a lot of textile products and seemed to feature the colourful dresses that the local women wear.  In this market they had the most rudimentary overlockers/sergers, it really was a visual feast.

Vanuatu traditional dresses

I did go on a bit of a hunt for some local prints but it’s really hard to find good quality 100% cotton in the South Pacific.

vanuatu flying fish tea towel
close up of Flying Fish teatowel

We did find a very cool little store that featured the designs of an expat woman.  I purchased a few of her t-shirts for the kids and husband and some tea towels that I plan to cut up and make into something for our house.  I’m thinking some kind of wall hanging or table runner as a keepsake of our time in the South Pacific (we head back to Australia in seven months).

vanuatu bislama teatowel
A tea towel featuring the local language, Bislama.  If you read the words aloud you’ll work it out :)
vanuatu teatowel
Tree tea towel

I’m not sure that we’ll head back to Vanuatu, there is still so much of New Caledonia that we haven’t seen and it was actually a bit more of an adventure than we bargained for.  I’m just going to list for you the hilarious set of incidents that we experienced that made me convinced that we were on the set of some prank TV show LOL  (honestly, we had a great time):

  • 1am fire alarm (false alarm)
  • cancelled flights
  • hotel full and unable to offer extra nights accommdation due to cancelled flights
  • 4am wake up call for our cancelled flights
  • 5.4 magnitude earthquake only 75km directly beneath us
  • food poisoning
  • delayed flights
  • locked out of our house at midnight
Can you believe it? LOL  I’m glad we took our holiday in the first week of the school break and had the second week to recover ;)

Vanuatu fire dancers
Fire dancers in Vanuatu.
Late edit:  I forgot to share these gorgeous woven bags that I bought in Vanuatu.  I plan to use them in my sewing room to store some of my stash.  I was thinking maybe threads or fat quarters.  I love how delicate they are.

Vanuatu woven bags

I’m linking up to Sunday Stash at Finding Fifth.  Have you ever had a holiday that took a week to recover from? :)

Finding Fifth

A loved finish


pillowcases folded
The boys chose the prints for their own pillowcases.

We are coming to the end of two weeks of school holidays and the kids and I are EXHAUSTED!  We have had three days of back to back playdates with some of our favourite friends.  Tonight the kids were asleep at 7pm, usually we eat at 7pm! (one of the few French habits that we’ve adopted.)  I’ve still been struggling with this sinus/cough/headcold and was very happy to visit the Doctor this week and find out that I don’t have pneumonia (pretty much a year ago to date I ended up in hospital with pneumonia in an eerily similar scenario).  My energy levels are suffering, and instead of feeling guilty about my lack of blogging I’m allowing myself a little slack.  School goes back next week so hopefully I will have more time and energy for blogging then.

pillowcase cars
Mr 4 went with Cars (I love how bright the colours are)

Today I delivered a recent finish to my lovely Irish friend (her gorgeous accent just adds to her charm, really, I love me an Irish accent!).  Unfortunately we only tend to catch up during school breaks and six weeks ago she had asked that I make pillowcases for her boys.  I pulled out all of my prints that I thought they would like and they selected their favourites, Mr 4 was somewhat perplexed that he wasn’t going home with his pillowcase there and then. LOL  Today I dropped them over and the boys love them.  Her Mr 4 literally went straight to his room to put his new pillowcase on his bed.  Apparently he had been asking about it daily  (I’m glad I had them ready!!).

pillowcase robots
Mr 6 went for the awesome organic robots
I gave both pillowcases the same trim (Kona lagoon) so that they are kind of a pair when/if the boys share a room.  Pillowcases are so fun for young kids but they do eat into the fabric stash!  I only have scraps of these prints left now.  Time to go shopping…  Would you be at all surprised if I said I already had? ;)

pillowcases applique
Appliqued backs in bright colours that compliment the prints on the front

Whilst the pillowcases are a small finish I have a more significant finish coming up soon.  Tuesday is my day on the Kate Spain blog hop so if you’d like to see my most recent quilt finish please pop back then.  Here’s a sneak peak to tempt you :)

Kate Spain hop quilt in progress
Kate Spain wonky star quilt in progress.  I can’t wait to show you the finished quilt!

I’m linking up with TGIFF over at Thirteen in 13.

Inspired to Hop


Sorry for the silence around here, I’m just back from a week break and it was so chaotic before we left that I didn’t have time to schedule any posts.  I’m planning to post tomorrow about our trip and link up for Sunday Stash with a few little textile goodies that I purchased in Vanuatu.  I’ll also share the highlights of our eventful trip.

The lovely Alyce was kind enough to swap hop days with me on the Kate Spain blog hop.  Our flights back to Nouméa were cancelled and I’ve been sick and I really, really, really need a few extra days to give my hop project the love it deserves :)  So make sure you pop by Alyce’s blog on Monday and then back here on the 25th :)  I’ll post the list of all the hoppers at the bottom of this post, some of my favourite bloggers are involved!

But right now is the time to link up projects that you have using Kate Spain’s prints prior to the hop.  Head over to Blossom Heart Quilts for the link party.  There are some beautiful projects already linked up, so make sure you head on over :)

Kate Spain blog hop

I’m generally not one to make a project from a single line of fabric.  I am one to buy an entire line of fabric though ;)  Yes, I am saving a FQ bundle of Good Fortune for a rainy day and I have a charm pack of Cuzco here waiting for just the right project. Late last year I was lucky enough to win some FQs of Kate Spain’s Christmas line, Joy.  I featured it in my curves class project earlier this year and I’m looking forward to hanging it on the wall this coming Christmas.

oh christmas tree mini

How cute is that Kate Spain Christmas tree?

oh christmas tree

Possibly my favourite Kate Spain project in my sewing room is not by me, but by the lovely Kristy of Quiet Play :)  Kristy made me this beautiful quilted canvas for my Birthday earlier this year, it sits right above my sewing machine and I love it.

quiet play canvas

The lovely Marieka also cottoned onto my love of Kate Spain’s prints and made me a beautiful sewing machine cover for our Secret Santa last year.

secret santa machine cover front

Even the back is pretty!

secret santa machine cover back

But right now I’m going to head back to my hop WIP which features prints from Cuzco, Good Fortune and Terrain.  I’ve just finished handquilting and I’m really excited about this lap quilt that my daughter has claimed :)

wonky stars pieced section wip

Don’t forget the linky on the 28th of June for any finished project you have made uding the hop (this June) using Kate Spain’s fabrics.  It doesn’t need to be a quilt, I just can’t resist ;)

Blog Hop Stops:

Monday June 3rd - Interview with Kate Spain
Tuesday June 4th - Interview Part 2 and Jane at QuiltJane
Wednesday June 5th – Christa at Christa Quilts
Thursday June 6th – Kimberly at Fat Quarter Shop
Friday June 7th – Laura at Quokka Quilts

Monday June 10th – Chrissy at Sew Lux
Wednesday June 12th – Julie at The Intrepid Thread
Thursday June 13th – Kristy at Quiet Play
Friday June 14th - Link up your favourite Kate Spain project! and Lynne at Lily’s Quilts

Over the next two weeks you can find ideas and inspiration here:

Monday June 17th – Alyce at Blossom Heart Quilts
Tuesday June 18th – Heidi at Fabric Mutt
Wednesday June 19th – Melissa at Ms Midge
Thursday June 20th – Jess at The Elven Garden
Friday June 21st – Janice at Better Off Thread

Monday June 24th – Diane at From Blank Pages…
Tuesday June 25th – Gemma at Pretty Bobbins
Wednesday June 26th – Kara at Me And Elna
Thursday June 27th – Readers’ Q&A with Kate Spain at Blossom Heart Quilts
Friday June 28th - Link up your blog hop projects! 

South Pacific Dreaming


Set of three quilts

I’ll try and let the quilts speak for themselves, but I do like to waffle on a bit ;)  Recently a very good friend of mine commissioned me to make a set of three wall quilts for her family as a souvenir of their time living in Nouméa.  They had really liked a quilt I had made previously so we talked about making something in that vein, but incorporating the themes of their travels, their time living aboard their catamaran and their passion for kite surfing.  The first task was to set aside my impressions of them and really look at the South Pacific through their eyes.  They gave me some photos for inspiration and we spent some time talking.

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Whilst I spend my days quilting my friends do this!!

Maybe I took the process a little overboard, but I met with them twice, the first time onboard whilst they took photos for me and talked about the iconic aspects of their Catamaran.  We looked at the grain of the cabinets and table, the textures of the surfaces, the shapes of the windows, the sails and mast.  They gave me some material from one of their favourite kites and I set upon working it into the piece.


I then met with my friend a second time and asked a few more questions, got a map of their route from Florida to Nouméa, a few more photos and showed her some sketches.  I then promised myself not to bother them again.

She Travels Mini Quilt
“She Travels” quilt

I worked on “She Travels” first.  I drew the palette from an amazing photo my friends provided of a freshly caught Mahi Mahi.

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The Mahi Mahi is found pretty much world wide and is very popular in the South Pacific.  My friends have enjoyed catching and eating this fish.

She Travels quilt angle
The three circles come from details of the catamaran and I added the phrase,
“Know your dream, find a route” just above these circles.

I included some prints with French text to represent the French culture in which we live (and remind them of me – one has a sewing machine!).  For the quilting I followed the path that my friends took from Florida, to the Caribbean onto the Galapagos, Tahiti, The Cook Islands, New Zealand, New Caledonia and Australia (with many stops in between!).  I then echoed this route in ever expanding lines to give the idea of a map of the sea bed or currents.

She Travels Back
Back of “She Travels” quilting detail

I found the second quilt difficult to define, I put so much into it and pinpointing the focal point was tough.  In the end I named it “Elements” as to me it represents the elements of the wind, water and land as well as kiting, a clear passion of my friends.

Elements quilt top
The flaming C represents the kites that my friends have used during recent years.

This quilt excites me.  I really pushed myself by pairing a busy pieced section with an expanse of white which I then quilted in bold colours.  Absolutely no room for error!

elements quilt top angle

I took the shape of the island from the photo below, the lighter blue of the wake behind the board shifting into the darker blue.  The colours represent the turtles that laze about in the seagrass bed and the unsuspecting kiters that have to dodge them.

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Ilot Maitre is a favourite kiting location for my friends.

I have no idea of winds and waters but I absolutely love these photos of my friends kiting.  I can see how much they love it and I can feel the excitement.

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These things zoom and on a good day there are dozens of them weaving around each other.

Pouring over these photos I could almost imagine the wind and I did my best to capture this in my quilting.

Elements quilt back
quilting detail on back of “Elements”

The third quilt, “South Pacific Dreaming” is probably my favourite and I plan to make something similar for my family.

South Pacific Dreaming Wall Quilt
South Pacific Dreaming

The detail in the quilting is momentarily lost when you glance at this quilt.  I didn’t want the family portrait to be overly obvious and it took me a few days to work out how to quilt it.  I merged two photos, in the original photo the Father and son were sitting in a hammock and I tried to keep the texture of the hammock to give the idea of my friend sitting with his baby on his knee (seriously cute baby!).  The second photo was taken years later and my friend was leaning in perfectly toward her now four year old.  Pairing the two photos to create a family portrait was a lot of fun and I love the outcome.

South Pacific Dreaming angle
Can you spot the family portrait?

The quilting detail is more easily seen from the back.  I love this intimate scene, it really captures the personalities of my friends and I am going to miss them so!

South Pacific Dreaming back
South Pacific Dreaming quilting detail on back

The quilting in the white section is a reminder of the iconic windows of the Catana Catamaran that has been my friends home for the past decade.

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Yes, the South Pacific can be absolutely beautiful!

I also incorporated the classic palm leaf that we see everywhere.  I’ve been dreaming about quilting it for about six months so it was fun to finally try it out :)  I would love to piece it, but I’m not sure how crazy I am LOL

hotel grounds

My friends popped over this afternoon after school to pick up their quilts and I’m happy to say that they love them.  They are moving to the other side of the world but they look forward to taking a little piece of the South Pacific with them to help settle them into their new home.

Usually when I share a quilt I talk about the materials used, these quilts used more than just materials, there were memories and emotions and dreams involved.  It was a privlidge and a pleasure to work on these pieces and I will miss my friends dearly.

All three quilts were made using my favourite materials; Aurifil threads (2000, 1135, 5005, 5006,1128, 2810 in 50 wt and 2024 in 40 wt) in blues, white and yellow – those colours glow and really made these quilts.  Bella solids (the white is snow) and lots of favourite prints from my stash.  If you would like the details of a specific print, please let me know and I’ll try and help you, but I suspect I used around 40 different prints so I’ll skip trying to list them all ;)

Set of three quilts

I’m posting a little early so that my friends can share these photos with their family overnight but I will be linking up with TGIFF at Quokka Quilts tomorrow :)

Too busy!


I’ve been so busy this week that I feel like my feet have not hit the ground!  It is the last week of term for the children, they are tired and exhausted, I have a headcold and all I want to do is sit in front of the  TV in my jammies and quilt.  In actual fact I have been busy.

I decided last weekend that I needed a fun new cushion.  This project has stalled but I love it and will finish it in a week or so.

cushion wip

I have been working flat out on a set of three wall quilts for my lovely friends who are leaving Nouméa very soon.  They commissioned me to make three wall quilts that would remind them of their time here sailing, kiting and becoming a family (they arrived as a couple and will leave as a family of three).

kite wall quilt wip
Yes, I actually quilted with my sketch right there just to get the design perfect :)

This was one of those projects that I really learnt a lot from.  I trusted my instincts, tried some new techniques and have loved the quilts at each step.

Family wall quilt wip
I love how this family portrait turned out!!

I was queen for two bees recently (Wombat Stew in April and QCA Bee 1 in May) and now that blocks have started to arrive I have placed them on my design wall.  It will be a little while before I can work on these quilts but I love seeing them every day!

design wall IG pic
Sorry for the dodgey IG pic – I keep forgetting to take photos with my SLR

I have been hand quilting my piece for the Kate Spain blog hop and today started machine quilting it.  I’m trying to decide if to continue with the design I’ve started with or unpick and start again.  Headcolds turn my brain to mush and I really should put this one aside for a day or two…  I want it to be fabulous :)  Don’t forget to check out all the hoppers, today is Kimberly from the Fat Quarter Shop and tomorrow is Laura from Quokka Quilts.

Have you been travelling at a hundred miles an hour this week or been taking the time to smell the roses?

I’m linking up somewhat tardily to Work In Progress Wednesday.

WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced

May Round Up


What a month May was!  We ended the month with twenty-four hours of no gas which means no hot water or stove.  I’m very happy to say that we’ve started June with hot showers, yippee!  I have very little sewing to show for May, although I felt like I was sewing a lot.

May round up
The Birds and The Bees quilt, Avion cushion front and back, Super Hero cushion front and back.

I released another Paper Pieced Pattern, Gyoza Dumplings.

gyoza block image
Gyoza Paper Pieced Pattern available for purchase on Craftsy, blogged here.

I have two major WIPs that I spent a lot of May working on :)

May wips
Wonky Stars quilt top in progress, custom wall hangings (set of three) in progress

Did you get much sewing done in May?  Do you get as much satisfaction from progressing a project as you do from finishing it?  Nothing beats snuggling with a freshly finished quilt, but I also enjoy the process of turning an idea into a quilt :)

I’m linking up with Fresh Sewing Day over at Lily’s Quilts.

Lily's Quilts