I had every intention of pulling out another quilt top to machine quilt. I have so many waiting in the wings and several I'm actually excited about quilting. However, I just really felt the need to sew some pieces of fabric together. So I went with it. I pulled out a project that I cut out at my last quilt retreat. The pattern is Cheerio by Camille Roskelley. Initially the pattern was only available in the UK magazine Love Patchwork & Quilting (which is how I got it); however, now Camille is selling it as a separate pattern (for much less than the magazine!)
I've mentioned it before, but I haven't really felt like sewing over the last several months. But working on this quilt has been SO. MUCH. FUN. We've been hammered with crazy cold weather lately (just like everyone else), but I've been hiding out in my sewing room happily sewing away with these bright cheerful fabrics.
I'm having such a great time that it almost makes me wish for more days like this so I'm forced to stay at home and can spend the entire day sewing guilt free.
“Never stop praying.”
1 Thessalonians 5:17 (NLT)