USS George Washington.
Wednesday is the next "Crazy for Wool" class at High Country Quilts. All those tiny little half-square triangles need to be put together into 2 1/2" pinwheels. Eeep!
I had a little trouble with my January Strip Club project. My background is a lovely, verrrry soft ivory. With a right and a wrong side. Yep, you got it. I put half the blocks together with some of the background pieces wrong side up. I tried to convince myself no one would notice, but finally decided I need to remake those blocks. Luckily I have lots of both background fabric and leftover jelly roll strips!
I'm teaching Strip Club for March, which means I need to have the sample completed by the February 24 class. It's my chance to break into my Moda Half Moon Modern jelly roll! The background is Kona ash (of which I cleverly bought an entire bolt, so I don't have to frantically shop around for this hard-to-find color!).
I bought the Tula Pink pattern at Tula's Mom's shop in Stewartsville, MO. EVERY one of Tula Pink's fabrics in one place. Heaven!
Finally, when those are done, I can start on my February UFOs. First draw is a 30s repro quilt:
I'm pretty sure I got to looking at the applique' and decided this would be a long-term UFO. Maybe I'll just put a couple of the applique' flowers in the border and call it done!
Next up is a quick-and-easy one, Livin' Large:
The Front Range Modern Quilt Guild is hosting our first Guild retreat later this month. As a treat (if I get all my WIPs done), I am taking my first "Another Year of Schnibbles" quilt.
The project is "ISTH," (insert snappy title here):
AND, last but not least, a new challenge, the Modern Triangles QAL:
I scored this beautiful collection of A Stitch in Color Collection by Malka Dubrawsky for Moda Fabrics at my favorite etsy shop, fresh squeezed fabrics. The Kona solids are from the stash.