“Baby it’s cold outside”…not only listening to the song (the Rufus Wainwright version) but literally it is cold in Peloponessus…and nobody is buying petroleum for the heater, only wood for their fireplace. Our house is really “windy” and no fireplace is enough to heat it. So we stay by the fireplace and far away from my sewing room. Everyday I transport the essential sewing supplies to a table next to the fireplace, in order to sew something!!!Enough whining….I finished the top of my Pinwheel crib quilt…finally.
Enough whining….I finished the top of my Pinwheel crib quilt…finally.
I used 2 Charm Packs, the Oliver & S “Cape Ann” and “Hoo’s in the Forest” by Riley Blake. Of course the background is Kona cotton.
Working a lot on some tobacco pouches and pencil cases, some of which are available in my Etsy Shop.
Currently in progress:
Butterfly quilt: preparing the backing
Checkers quilt: piecing whenever there is time
Dresden quilt: still hand-quilting
Now it is your turn! Link your own progress at Freshly Pieced and take a peek on how everyone else is doing.
Thank you Eleni for stoping by! The heat is definetely a real problem…but somehow it has triggered my creativity…
We are realy trying to stay warm, but the cost is so high …
Thank you for your kind words!
You are right about the sashing… I am now thinking of a swoon quilt with a navy background….it will be fantastic.
Thank you Allison for visiting my blog…I hope the photos where better, in reality the colors are much more vivid.
love the pinwheels! they are in such bright & happy colors 🙂
I love the happy pinwheels! Quilts with non-white sashing make me smile.
Lovely quilt top Z! Love it! color combos are great! I know what you mean about the heating thing! it’s terrible we have the same problem here!! 🙂 Take good care!
Goodness, stay warm! Love your baby pinwheel quilt, great color idea for the sashing! Very lovely!
Your quilt top is so friendly fun! I adore pinwheels, and this is a really vibrant and lovely version! 🙂