This weekend was all about cleaning up and catching up for me. I made a decision a while ago that I didn't want to keep bringing rulers, iron and rotary cutters back and forth between the city and the country so I came up with a system. I piece in the city and I quilt in the country. So this weekend, I went through all of my fabric and packed everything I would need for piecing. In the process, I discovered fabric I ordered forever ago for specific projects and never used. In fact, I found packages for at least 3 quilt tops! Am I the only one who does that?
I also discovered I need to get more batting and I MUST stop buying books! I have enough quilting books in my sewing room in the country to make quilts for the rest of my life and never make the same one twice!
I also found this little blanket in a pile of fabric. I made this little blanket from a kit I purchased at JoAnn's about 4 years ago. Making this baby blanket is what made me want to learn how to quilt!
Once I got back to the city, I got started on a little catching up.
First, I pieced block number 8 of the Fat Quarter Shop Designer Mystery BOM. This block is called Lime Sherbet and was designed by Bonnie Olaveson and Camille Roskelley.
I will be linking up at Sinta's for BOM Rehab and Melissa's for the Starburst Quilt Along.