I am doing a lot of sewing right now, but I can’t share about it just yet. I’m test sewing my upcoming quilt along quilt. The pattern is 85 pages long (it feels more like I wrote a book than a quilt along pattern!!) and I’m really excited about all of the options it contains. Hopefully I’ll be able to finish my test version in the next few weeks.
I am loving working with the Northcott Premium ColorWorks Solids in Cloud Nine (lightest), Lapis, Royal, and After Midnight for the sample QAL quilt. You know I’m a sucker for all the blues!
Over the weekend, I worked on another pattern that I’ll be sharing earlier next year. In order to have a bit of a palette cleanser from all the blue I’ve been working with, I made a fabric pull for a test block that I’ll sew sometime soon. And look, it’s proof my stash does have some prints, haha!
Also, I think my week might start off with a swerve. I have continuously worked hard to create flying geese using the four-at-a-time method, and I *may* have struck on something that is finally working well for me. I have some more test sewing to do, and I anticipate being back on Friday with an update on my experiment that I hope will help you out in the future for your four-at-a-time flying geese needs, too. Stay tuned!