Lately, I've been faffing around, jumping from one thing to another! I've cut out four more bouquets and put them up on the design wall too, (that's eight blocks now!). I'm combining ideas & inspiration from a few places for my bouquet blocks, using an old 12" block pattern but am still unsure of any setting decisions yet.
This soft, dusty palette feels like quite a departure for me, but sometimes it's nice to venture off on a tangent. And not really being a 'purple person', I was surprised by how much I love these pale colours teamed up with the warm purple florals in this recent Tilda collection.
This quilt was made using some Outback Wife leftover fabrics, a mix of vintage, and a few AMH fabrics. I had it quilted by Leeanne from quiltmekiwi in an all-over pattern called 'water drops'. Finished quilt measures 1.91m x 1.91m.
And, I also had a change of heart about the inset triangle borders for my scrappy 'pinwheels on point' quilt. It's my version of the bonbonerie quilt pattern by Christine - with a few variations.
It's a simple sew, and, determined to stick to only shopping- my- stash, I began adding a teal floral for my setting triangles. However, the more I looked at it, the more I felt that particular fabric really overpowered my light & breezy pinwheels.