It’s been a good week here with a couple thins going on. This week I was “Quilter of the Week” over on Ello! Thanks to Sara Okern of @elloquilt for the opportunity to answer some questions about what I do and reflect on my process and work.
Check it out and I’d love to hear about your process or how you think about your projects. And while you are there also head over to @elloquilt for some quilting inspiration.
It was also Teacher Appreciation Week. My daughter has two incredible preschool teachers and I’ve been really wanting to make something for them. I missed Christmas and their birthdays, so I decided I couldn’t let this week pass by without getting something done!
Conveniently I already had fabric in each of their favorite colors. I quickly made some sketches and came up with this linear technique of alternating a neutral color with lines of varying bright colors. I’m digging the patterns and of course am now thinking of many variations I could make with these – there are so many options. Each quilt is approximately 15″ x 10″.
That’s it for now. I just wanted to briefly share what I’ve been up to. And now, back to my design wall and ongoing assignment work!