After a complex project, a simple one is in order. I had enough going on last month that I didn’t get the March block made. By the time I was thinking about it, April was almost over, so I waited to do both at once.
I don’t think the weather has a good sense of design; just look at all that dark green for fifty-degree days!
And here’s April
April was a little more interesting. There was a 90-degree day forecast, but it made it only to 89 F, spoiling my design fun.
There will be side frame pieces as well; I just haven’t decided how wide yet.
Then the firefighters called my local guild to let us know they were out of baby quilts, so I am making two or three quickie quilts and letting the cute fabric do most of the work. I have two tops made.
I thought every house needs a space kitty. I have enough of the space-kitty fabric for backing.
Love that fish fabric. Here’s hoping this quilt goes to a baby whose parents do some diving. Or at least have an aquarium. The backing is a companion fabric, the small fish school, with a strip of each soli.
I’ll make an envelope closure and quilt a rather large meander. Speed is more important than intricate quilting.
Linking with Em’s Move it Forward Monday. And later on with Let’s Make Baby Quilts (link in sidebar).