I have been using up scraps and making 4 patches....I did these in about an hour. 4 patches are one of the blocks that I enjoy making the most. They are easy and almost always come out perfect the first time. I have no idea what they are going to be, as I am going to make many, many more of them before I decide what to do with them. My granddaughter Michelle is learning to sew and quilt. this is the block she has chosen for her first quilt. It has been an absolute joy to listen to her talk about fabric and colors and the process of making a block. We have shared much laughter over her process of learning. She learning about having a stash of fabric, how easy it is to want every yard of fabric you see and most importantly, how to conceal the fact that you have bought a bunch of fabric from your husband...LOL.
This is what is up on the design wall. I am trying to get the other four sunbonnets done, so that I can start putting together my "calendar" sunbonnet quilt. I am trying to match the fabric with a theme for every month. 8 down...4 to go. Also on the design wall are some flying geese blocks that I make...my first attempt ever...they came out great..and I am no longer intimidated about making them. Lastly on the design wall is a "table" runner that I made for my dining room table. It ended up being wider than I thought it was going to be...so I have decided that instead of going on my table...I am going to finish this and use it as a cover on one of the old singers I have in a cabinet. I love the colors and I was able to find the perfect machine embroidery design to fill in the white spaces.