I stayed home from work this morning to catch up on some computer time with no interruptions. Of course, then I got distracted by sewing… Emails just aren’t as much fun.
I decided to finish up some Puss in the Corner blocks I had been working on. I was able to get a copy of Fabulously Fast Quilts, Amy Smart‘s new book at Quilt Market. I really liked the blocks (and the super fast way Amy shows you how to put them together) from her Quick Puss in the Corner quilt.
These were really fast to put together. I thought about making more blocks for a bigger quilt but that really crisp green is hard to find. Besides, I don’t make enough baby quilts. I have some friends who stock pile baby quilts for gifts and I always think, “I should do that!” Of course, then I end up forgetting and making a lap quilt.
I started my blocks with 9″ squares instead of 10″ since I was using fat eighths. I think these would be really cool with some Old New 30s prints or some of the new Flower Sugar line. I will have to contemplate a lap quilt now 🙂
Your color choices are so great for summer – they make me think of picnics and watermelon. 🙂 Beautiful blocks!
Ohh what fun blocks and colors! 😀 Definitely a summer quilt like Yvonne says. It's going to be beautiful when it's finished!
I have always loved the Puss-in-a-Corner pattern! Your fabric choices have given it a lovely fresh look! L
I love that baby quilt. Great colours…