This one took me a while … I don’t love it but I don’t hate it either. It’s a perfect example of the good and bad of using precuts. The good is it’s easy to pick up a Jelly Roll or two (I used 2 with some leftovers) and start sewing, the bad … they can be too busy. Ideally, if I was working at home I would have added in fabrics from stash to calm this down a little. It’s not that I don’t love some of the fabrics, it’s just that it could have used some tone on tones. With some Jelly Rolls you can just use a consistent background fabric but others like this one would benefit from lots of stash fabrics being mixed it.
But … I’m not going to fret over it. Sewing in two places means sometimes I’m going to want or need stuff that’s at the other house. I’m just happy that I have great sewing spaces set up in both houses AND lots of projects to work on too.
The block is a framed 16 patch and you can find my quilt notes at this post.
Adam and the kids are coming for the weekend so I won’t be sewing for a couple days … not sure what I’m going to start on Monday. Maybe a Quick Strippie or two since I’ve just got one week left here after the kids go home before we head back to Tampa.
I agree about the busyness of the quilt but it may be right up the recipient’s alley!
I think it’s beautiful! QOV?
It’s terrific just as is. Good job! Enjoy those kiddos this weekend! I will see 2 of my grandkids tomorrow afternoon, and hopefully the other 3 next weekend.
I don’t think it’s too busy–I like it nice job…hugs, Julierose
Someone is going to love it!