The pattern this time was Harvey by Miss Rosie's Quilt Co. Although it is still made with charm squares, it's a much larger quilt than most Schnibbles at 72" square.
I love the center of this quilt and the border, but basket quilts aren't really my style so I changed it up a little and made a giant star quilt instead.
I used 4 charm packs of Strawberry Fields by Fig Tree & Co. and Bella Solid Snow for the background. Fortunately, I happen to have a whole bolt of the red polka dot from this line that will be perfect for the backing.
After last month's quilt with the gazillion 1" x 2" flying geese, these 4" HST felt huge! It went together pretty quickly though and I have a petty good idea how I would like to quilt it (when I can find the time). This is another bright cheerful quilt that helps me forget it's below freezing outside right now.
As for the bulk of my quilting time last month, it was spent working on this quilt. I've finished quilting the center of it and have moved on to the borders, but I'll have to share that in another post.
I'm off on a quilting retreat this week. Although if you looked at all I've packed, one might think I was moving there instead. I have yet to master the art of packing light! My husband will be holding down the fort while I'm gone which means caring for our herd of 4 legged creatures. They have an unfortunate habit of getting sick on him whenever I go somewhere. One of them woke us up this morning at 3:30 with a hairball. His only comment was, "And so it begins." On the positive side, everyone's always so happy to see me return. Here's a picture of one of the worst culprits, Jack...
“If you want to know what God really wants you to do, ask him ... but if you don’t ask in faith, don’t expect the Lord to give you any solid answer.”
James 1:5-6 (TLB)