Monday, October 8, 2012

White and Light

I have been wanting to do a white and light quilt for some time now.  When Victoria put forth the challenge it was all I could do not to jump on the band wagon.  I have so many current projects to finish that I knew I shouldn't start another.  So I resisted.  For a little while anyway.  Then while not feeling well one day and needing a little mindless sewing therapy I dumped my whites and lights and let the therapy begin.  Three days later I had almost enough for a quilt.

9 comments:

ellen gets crafty said...

This is so beautiful, I really like your soft colors.

JaneB said...

Wow what a great start! I especially like the little girls fabric. This is going to be a sweet quilt.

Helen said...

There are so many points of interest in your "mindless sewing" project. Looks like you really enjoyed your therapeutic vacation!

Nifty Quilts said...

Wow! Love all those different block patterns mixed together.

Victoria Findlay Wolfe said...

A lot of great pieces in here.I like your use of orphans in there too! Keep going!

sewyouquilt2 said...

looking great!

Carol E. said...

I love the little people showing up here and there.

beebee said...

love the light fabrics. this will be a beautiful quilt!

Nathalie said...

I love the tones of your light fabrics and the use of traditional blocks mixed in with the "play" blocks. Seeing people pop up from block to block is also a lot of fun. Great job.