Part 1 of En Provence is finished. I spent Sunday finishing them.
I wonder what color is next? I am also trying to come up with a name for my En Provence. Something French that starts with a "K" =^.^= would work perfectly. Any ideas are welcome.
In the meantime Krosscheck will be on the sewing machine...as soon as I pull fabrics! I am linking up with Quiltville.com and PatchworkTimes.com.
Lavenders from Kerry arrived. We are sharing these seemingly hard to find lavender fabrics. These came from Memory Lane and her stash.
This is Part 1 of En Provence. I will be using 3 yards of neutrals for the project. I have not done any counting yet, just stitching strips and blocks from my precut scraps. Once this heap has been ironed and cut to the correct size the counting will begin. I will need 221 4-patches. I am also looking for help naming this French project...
Have you ever used the Bloc-Loc Strip-Set Ruler? It works very nice keeping the units true to size. For the squares I use the standard ruler.
Kookoo Katchu has it's binding all sewn down. Anxious to have it done, but love the opportunity to bind.
Here is a close up of the great quilting by Kerry. The circles follow the design from the middle of the quilt. I'm not the best for capturing quilting, but hopefully I have managed to give you a good look.
I had a finish in Konstant Konnection early last week. There are more 2016 UFOs to stitch between En Provence Parts. Soon you will be seeing Kozy Korners or Krosscheck under the needle. For now here are my stats:
Used this week: 3.75 yards
Used YTD: 201.75 yards
Purchased this week: 0 yards
Purchased YTD: 128 yards
Net used in 2016: 73.75 yards
There are more quilters using up their fabrics. See what else is going on through the links that Judy has on her blog.
Konstant Konnection is finished =^.^= This is a cute Schnibbles design called Domino by Miss Rosie's Quilt Co. The pattern and fabrics (kissing booth by basicgrey for Moda) came to me by way of a UFO Parade entry with 52Quilts in 2014. It is my November 2016 UFO. It is made from two charm packs and a bit of background. Only finishes at 33" square. So you can see why it came together so quickly. I needed a quick project this month!
The fabric to the left will be used as the backing. I will have to find something for the binding, but that shouldn't be a problem. The sewing table needs to be clear this week to make way for the start of Bonnie Hunter's Fall Mystery. Looking forward to working with new rulers and some nice fabric colors.
If you have time see all the projects on Patchwork Times.