Despite bad time management this week, I got to finish something. It isn’t big, it didn’t take much effort, the colour does not photograph well, but still.
The shape is somewhat odd for a reason as it is made from the cutoffs left over from a triangular quilt. You may recall the “Eye of the storm" quilt which was supposed to be cut into a triangle but I didn’t have the nerve after all. Well, I made a smaller version that I sliced and diced according to the requested measurements and with a few odds and ends leftover.
I enjoyed the process of stitching the pieces together very much indeed, slicing a little here and adding a little there as needed.
There was nothing left when I was done, I used every little scrap.
The pieces are joined with simple zigzag stitching and the whole thing finished off with a corded yarn edge.
What I’ll use it for? A table topper? A wall hanging? I quite like how it looks on the door for now, so a door hanging? Is that a thing?
We’re having cold weather and the central lock on the driver side of my car does not approve of humid sub zero weather. It’s rather exciting in the mornings - will it open, will it not - and this morning I had to crawl through the car three times - back and forth. Not an easy task for a middle aged woman of my size and knee-stiffness, so the process comes with a few laughs. Not a bad way to start a day I’d say.
Anyway; wishing you all a wonderful weekend with non-frozen locks and a few laughs!
I'm linking up with Crazy Mom Quilts and Richard and Tanya Quilts today.