I am not a monogamous English paper peicer. I try to stay true to one project at a time, and I simply cannot. After spending a long time on one project, I find my eyes wander to something else. I cannot help it.
EPP has become a significant part of my stay calm routine. Getting cozy on the couch with some epp and an audio book is my new favorite thing. Here’s the list:
Ice Cream Soda Take 2
A friend of my aunt hired me to make a quilt from a kit she bought. I like to treat cutting instructions like a puzzle to see how much fabric I can squeeze out of yardage. As a result, I had a whole lot of leftovers. Since my friend loves to enjoy quilts rather than make them, she let me keep the scraps. Now I’m turning the scraps into my second attempt at this quilt. I opted to use each set of three fabrics I put together three times to speed up the process and reduce the number of choices I’d need to make. I have 53/68 blossoms done and 8/8 half blossoms done. Then I’ll be making joining pieces until I’m an octogenarian.
I really thought this was going to be my 2019 finish, but instead it’s become my pallet cleansing project. It’s a great opportunity to sneak away form the solids of Ice Cream Soda and play with patterns.
If ever there was a bucket list quilt, this baby is it! I procrastinated starting this one for ages because doing the whole quilt felt overwhelming, In 2020, I decided that I will start making centers and then go from there. I am having so much fun with these!!!
Patterns Waiting in the Wings
For Christmas my family bought me a Libs Elliot Watcher quilt and a Tula Pink Tula Nova quilt. I’m pretty sure my husband is buying me the Pemberly Quilt for my birthday, but I’ll have to wait a few weeks to see. ::fingers crossed::