It's pretty big so it was hard to get a good shot of it. I've already got ideas for how to quilt this. For me, this turned out to be a really intense but fun project to work on. It challenged my "Make It Do" and design muscles to work with a stash that had not been coordinated beyond the colors collected. There were lots of fabric changes made along the way. There were also changes to how some blocks were made for my version versus the directions in the pattern. I was just happy to finally find a design for the "Pinks, Browns and Blues" project stash I had put together so long ago. It was also a perfect "focus" project to help get me through the quarantine days.
In June, Pat Sloan's challenge focus for the month is "quilting your own quilts". I've been on a tear since before the pandemic to finish piecing projects to the point that I have neglected the next step: getting them quilted. That has happened for a number of reasons including the need to get used to quilting big projects on a new machine and of course deciding how I want to quilt them. I'm hoping to spend June catching up on that big time.
However, June isn't quite here yet and there is another quarantine project to bring closer to a finish and a few housekeeping projects to do before I can set myself up for the quilting sessions. That next project is another Gudrun design so maybe I'll fire up one of her playlists so I can "whistle while I work"! Links to her Spotify playlists can be found at the bottom of this post.