I am understandably fickle. I haven't quite found myself, and I'm drawn to many different styles. There is so much beauty and I want to try them all.
I bought, or was gifted, quite a bit of her first two lines. But, as much as I love the fabric, I find it difficult to use. I was looking for a pattern that would suit the prints but never found anything I really loved, unless it was way beyond my skill set (read: sewing curves.) I was hoping to have a quilt finished, and perhaps a few pillows by the time I moved into our new house.
Two weeks ago, I finally found a quilt I love. It might still be beyond my skill set, as there is no pattern, tutorial or even a blog entry connected with it. Just a lonely little picture on Flickr. I think I have a pretty good idea of how to assemble the quilt. I'm going to use principles I learned in this log cabin tutorial.
There are 99 or so 5", 4", 3" and 2" squares, ready to be chain pieced onto strips of Kona white in various widths. I can't wait to get back to this project.