Image borrowed from Thimble Blossoms
I started cutting and cutting, and got a few blocks sewn together.
This yellow print is my favorite one, so I had to make it first! It's the perfect sunny yellow.
The corner fabrics on the blocks is an adorable itty bitty strawberry fabric.
Everything is now cut out and I just need to piece the remaining blocks together!
I also started a Pow Wow quilt a few months back and have been slowly working on it. I finally got all 99 blocks sewn together. A suggestion on the pattern was as you are trimming off the corners, to sew the leftover triangles together to make half square triangles. I did that, and now have 396 half square triangles haha! A whole other quilt can be made now, I love that I didn't waste them.
And finally the Portland Modern Quilt Guild I am a member of is having a meetup this weekend! We were asked to make a tote bag for a swap, and here is what I made for that swap. The guild gave us each a big piece of Robert Kaufman chambray. It reminded me of summertime and picnics, so I made scrappy log cabin blocks and pieced them into a large tote bag. I can't wait for this weekend!
Linking up with Freshly Pieced for WIP Wednesday: