I don't know how else to describe the sewing productivity over here. Maybe there is something about Maryland, or the lack of local friends to visit or the fact that my sewing studio is no longer in a damp basement.... Either way, I'm grabbing this energy and running with it.
This one is called Mommy Neighborhood. The blocks were made by myself and my mom friends from ravelry. I twisted their arms to form a quilting bee and then asked them to piece some wonky house blocks so I could make a quilt where we all lived in the same neighborhood. Since the group is spread throughout the states plus two in Finland and one in Australia, this is the only way that we could all live in one place.
I also have a finish from this week. I made this Baby Bliss quilt from some prints of the Domestic Bliss line and a few strips of solid aqua. I adapted my Four Corners tutorial to make this smaller version. This whole quilt is made with fabric, batting and thread that needed a good home. I think this summer quilt will get donated when I find the right charity.
I skipped taking a picture of all of the blocks laying on my floor for another new quilt. Those will have to wait for another day. I did cut the fabric, mark, sew and trim them enough HST's for a throw-sized quilt all in one day. But I don't think I'm completely crazy. Do you? Go ahead and be honest. :)