Here is a Tula Pink-heavy quilt top that's *nearly* finished.
I love all the leafy, new-shoot, springy greens. The majority of these blocks are made with Tula's 'Prince Charming' and there are a couple of liberty prints in there left over from another project.
And then there's the two identical bed quilts that require a LOT of applique and a LOT of thread!
I've become a real whizz at satin stitch after appliqueing 672 petals - I'm halfway through now, so only another 672 to go! Yay! :-/
I'm also still working on the English paper pieced throw quilt for my parents
and a tee-pee!
I've also had some work done on my house and that involved moving the entire contents of my sewing room into my son's room for a week. Still, it meant that I was able to get some much needed shelving up at the same time.
It's not a perfect system, but at least I can see where everything is.
As an added bonus my two sewing machines, Joan and Pearl, have their own shelf now.
My garden has also lured me away from my sewing to-do list...
What's not to love about cowslips? This one has self-seeded into my lawn and I've mowed around it because it's so sweet.
Spring is a wonderful thing!
Linking up with WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced.