After the beginning of last week I was feeling just slightly burned out on sewing for others. When that happens, I can sometimes take a break and put my sewing room right (I did a little of that) and because it is Quilt Market weekend, I spent
way too mcuh a little too much time drooling and scheming how I'm going to buy all that new fabulous fabric looking at photos from Portland. To help me ease back into happy sewing I finished up a quilt I've had on my list for the Gran. And I have stopped looking at QuiltMarket photos.
For the Gran - using Riley Blake Peak Hour fabric
You know what was amazing about this? It was just the fabric, I didn't do anything but add borders. Yay for great fabric!
I outlined the vehicles and meandered through the white, and the result is the little cars look like I spent hours appliqueing.
The backing fabric was off white and the vehicles were all scattered about, like how the Gran will start to throw his cars and trucks around when he can grab them.
This is his quilt for my house. He already has several for his own house.
I'm going to steal him for awhile today so he can sit on it (he almost can sit by himself) and I can get a photo of the two of them together. In the daylight, not these crappy night time photos because when you can only sew late in the night that's all you get. I wanted to have something up for this Sew Sunday! I have plans plans plans for this week, which I'm sure by Monday morning will all have been shredded, moved, manipulated around, but I have all my supplies to work on the Super Tote, and I want to start that today.