Ah, back to our regularly scheduled programming. I was so happy yesterday, to finally get a chance to sit down at my machine in peace and quiet. Ashley and Lizzy are at gymnastics day camp, and Olivia is back at preschool, allowing me to get caught up on laundry, mail, AND a couple bee blocks. So I pieced in the quiet - Ha!
Here is the one I made for Rachel for July's Simply Solid's bee.
It has a Art Deco feeling to me, but maybe that has more to do with the colors??
It is called The Marine's Star and you can find the instructions at Quilters Cache and Rachel was kind enough to do a mini tutorial for us too on her blog Sew Happily Ever After.
In other news, my vacation was lovely, but it is over. It's funny, you can only lay around by the pool for so long before your mind begins to actually THINK. We were there for a while, so I had lots of thinking time. What was on my mind most often was this blog (what I am doing with it and what I want to do with it in the future), and of course my quilting (what the heck is my style, do I want to focus or be a free spirit, etc.). Don't worry, I don't think there will be any dramatic changes overnight (though a face-lift of my blog might occur one night), these things take time.
But enough of that blah, blah, blah. What have you been working on this week? I want to know!
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