Even though it was a busy weekend, I was able to squeak out a few minutes here and there to do some sewing. I'm surprised that it all added up to being able to finish step #2 of Judy's June mystery quilt.
Here is step #1 on my design wall - 18 sets of flying geese and 18 pinwheel blocks. I had great fun picking out all these fabrics - there are 36 in total since I didn't want any repeats. Some fabrics I bought on the May Shop Hops and some were from my stash. Although the colours look kinda dull in this photo, in real life they look like an interesting "quilt in progress".
I enjoyed making these blocks, and making the swirly centre with the seams on the back of the block (the way Judy recommended). Aren't these little swirls so cute?!?
And on the front of the block, the pinwheel centers came together quite well too.
Here are the flying geese, pinwheels, plus the 4 patches and strips from step #2.
How do you store your WIP's (works in progress)???
Better get to work!
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