After focussing on nothing but my 100th quilt for the last several weeks, I was at a lost as to what project to start next. I've never made a Miss Rosie's Quilt Co pattern that I didn't love and thought that would probably be the best way to get my sewing mojo back.
I decided to use the French General fabric that was going to be my 100th quilt on this pattern instead,
Three Barns. (yes dianne, I'm using THAT French General fabric!)
This pattern calls for 600 hsts and 180 flying geese units, what a great way to get back in the saddle. I think my French General version will really give this pattern a totally different look. If you would like to sew along with me the pattern is available here.
The top row of strips are for my hsts, for my Easy Angle ruler.
The second row of strips are for the sashing strips.
And here's everything I need to make those geese.
Once I decided on my 101st quilt, my next few projects fell into place too!
I've got 4 Kim Diehl books with about 20 projects flagged, I'm going to be getting to those soon.
I also have two projects flagged from this book.
Nicole just finished Shiloh and I love hers, I have a kit for that quilt and I love this border fabric that was included.
I also have this kit,
and am 5/8 of a yard of green fabric from having all the pieces to make this pattern.
aaaah, life is good.