Oh, it was hard to pack away this project. All my little piles neatly organized with their number count tag on top.
I did make one, single mini block to get it started. Love the orange prints in this collection!
Here are some of my favorite Farmhouse prints:
But like I mentioned yesterday, I’m going to try and get a baby quilt done in 14 days. So I had to clean up!
Ready to get sewing again… after doing all the math necessary to calculate the quilt top. Using a lot of bright colors and Mini Urban Zoology prints, along with others.
I’ve chosen the Tumbleweed block from Lori Holts newest book, Farm Girl Vintage. I love the dark background in her picture below. I’m trying the same idea with this grey solid against all of these bright prints.
Wish me luck!
Oh how hard to put a project aside for an emergency baby quilt. The Farmhouse fabrics are so homey, so warm. Excited to see this fabric! I enjoyed you sharing the process of how you lay out your prepped fabrics!
Gorgeous fabrics that you had to pack away – good incentive to get this other quilt done!