Here's what I've been working on lately!
For my do.Good stitches group (Faith Circle) for February I asked for a combo of bright colored improv blocks and low value improv blocks in specific rectangular sizes with a few squares thrown in for a more modular final setting. These were the ones I made for examples
March's blocks she asked for muted, gray or brown toned colors in either 9 patches, 16 patches, or 36 patches. It's not really my style at all but I am excited to see the final layout of the quilt!
For my Challenge Accepted bee which is paper piecing or advanced piecing, January asked for this fun paper pieced block:
And February asked for some pink and orange improv blocks with white and cream fabrics:
March was a fun paper pieced block from Fresh Lemon Quilts in Christmas colors/fabrics. Her color scheme was navy, lime, aqua, red, as well as traditional red and green Christmas colors.
I also finished this charity quilt from last year for do.Good stitches. Well, all I did in the whole process was pick the pile of flesh (a fun arrangement of 9 patches from Red Pepper Quilts), make two blocks, stitch the top, and bind it. My group made the rest of the blocks and my ghoulish friend Rachel from 2nd Avenue Studio did the wonderful quilting, which was absolutely perfect for all the negative space. She free motioned it on her long arm. (Also, because I like to brag on my friends, she won 2nd place at Quilt Con in the Applique Category!)
An in progress pic of Rachel quilting it.
I'm not sure if I've shown you guys my Ocean quilt since it's been finished? This still isn't a completed pic since I got the binding on quite a while ago. I'm currently working on some pillows to go with it and then I'll get some nice pics!