Creative juices flowing. I am in charge of our guild's Row by Row this year. My goal was to include more people and levels of sewers. I think I doubled the number of entrants. And I have been preparing samples for them.
My row by row is Halloween themed . Of course, I already had the inspiration sample done from last year. And I had a box of fabrics ready to create with.
So I wanted an easy row for the beginners. I found a wonderful video by Nancy Ziemen on Trusty Triangles. She had beautiful aquas, greens and blues and made 6 inch triangles to make this row.
Then I started with the oranges to make some pumpkins. ( The witch row is in the background.)
This will not be completed for Halloween; and you will see additional rows all of this next year.
But what I am thrilled to get done is this mini quilt to donate for an infant. I had leftover blocks from my grandson's quilt and added a few more for the 9 patch of them. I did finish the top at retreat in mid September. I gave it to a friend who added the back and quilted it.
I love her geometric choice for the quilting
And the back looks great being gray and white. My binding which was this weekend's project has a nice gray stripe with bright colors. It took a whole movie to get it hand sewn.