Here we go with March's accomplishments.
These are the last three Mosaic blocks to make a collection of twelve. Next month I hope to put them all together into some kind of quilt top. They are all so different it's hard to see how they might come together in harmony... or maybe chaos.
This is the last of the Sailboats that I had to do to make up for those missed in the swap last year. Now I have 12 of these beauties. They will not be made into a top yet though. I am going to use the blocks from this years BSA collection to add to it so you'll have to wait until next year to see it all together.
I did two more of the 4-Patch Ladders to add to my PQA collection too.
This is the block I made for our PQA swap. This one is for Shannon and although it looks simple, it is going to make an amazing quilt. She laid out what she has collected so far for us at our last meeting and all the oranges and reds make some pretty neat interlocking squares.
This one I made for Linda B. from BSA. She asked for a log cabin with blue, purple and green on one side and creams on the other. I had some fun with it. I hope she liked it.
This is the block that Linda B. sent me. This is one of the new collection that will go with the sailboats. I'm excited for them. It looks great, huh.
For the Inchy Hexagon Flower Swap, I made these for Kris Y. She asked for dots. I had fun getting to know her a bit. She lives in that same town where I was born. Kinda neat to meet people from all over the world. Makes the world seem a bit smaller.
Unfortunately, I didn't receive any flowers from my sending-partner in March so I have don't have those to share but I did make some of my own color preference for myself. One is already to be added to my growing garden.
Making progress a little bit at a time!