No, not mine. (I'm not married, but that's not the point.)
(I want to buy more of this fabric! Isn't it pretty?)
Two friends of mine, people I helped get together in the first place, are getting hitched on Sunday. They've been very lax about telling people - the woman who's the Best Man... just found out on Tuesday.
Anyway, I'm making them a quilt - in a hurry! I've decided to use one of the packets of pre-cut 10" squares I bought whilst on vacation in New Hampshire with some fabric I have in stash to make a half-square triangle quilt. I'm adding sashing, even though I don't want to, so it's a good, lap sized quilt without using the same fabrics twice in the triangles.
I liked these blues when I saw them in the store - it was a pack of 20 10" squares for $10!
I stacked the squares up, then marked down the center from corner to corner. What you're supposed to do next is sew 1/4" inch away from the marked line on both sides of it. What I inevitably do, every single time I do this is:
*facepalm* So, I unpicked that and found that whilst I'd been concentrating, someone had arrived to help.
I'm easy to entertain - I get a kick (every time) out of chain piecing into a circle.
Anyway, the blocks are all sewn and cut (and I really need to work on making my 1/4" seams a full quarter inch. I'm bad about that.) I did end up going to the local fabric store (on my bike!) and getting a dark leavy blue for the sashing and two prints that will amuse my friends (coffee beans and kitty foot prints) for the back.
I was very pleased that I managed to cycle home with the batting. It's six yards of 5oz polybatting.
Today I want to finish the top and see if I can get the quilting started. It's not even 9am. Surely I can get lots done today, right?