Oh and it IS such a good one too!! Before making it even better for one lucky winner, I fist have to say how thrilled I am with all your great comments, with so many new followers of my blog and Facebook page - I am truly humbled and happy to share my creative wanderings with all of you - THANK YOU!!
And without further delay, the magical Random Number Generator says:
BLOG COMMENT #127!!! And that is:
and I deifnitely will - only I was hoping to have more done by now...you know how that goes! :) First, I had a hard time choosing a project to start - so many inspirations and so many good ones in the book! Just look at the back of the book:
What I love in this book is that you can make all kinds of quilts - bed size, wall hangings, very scrappy, with limited colors...Dragon Bones quilt is definitely on top of my list, and I have some yummy, yummy Cherrywood Fabrics for that:
(sorry about the orientation - this one just wouldn't cooperate, no matter what I did! But you can see the quilt!)
However, I decided to start small first! So framing a lovely panel with some of these blocks is what I will do first! Susan has one like that in her book:
I pulled out one of the most recent lovely panels I couldn't resist at my local quilt shop (and some fabrics that go with it of course) - it is Robert Kaufman's Imperial Collection-Hyacinth Colorstory :
I spent some time late last night cutting all the strips, playing with picking what strips/colors will go into strip sets - that was such fun! I was that close to sitting and sewing till the wee hours of the night, but reason prevailed this time and I went to bed...so that I can get up and go to work! :)
So - here I am, late lunch break over and off to continue work! Will be sewing tonight and will report back - stay tuned!
Congrats to PJ once more, have a wonderful Tuesday (and first day of school for many!),