Yesterday it was a lovely day here – sunny for the most part and warmer than it had been – so I actually got to crack open the door and sewing room window and let some fresh air in. It was a nice change.
I may actually get around to doing the Spring cleaning I need to do – closets need cleaning out, dusty cob webs vacuumed from the corners of the ceiling – you know, fun stuff like that. Since I’ve taken the week off, it seems a fine time to do it. Or, you know me, I may just knit and sewing and do a bit of weaving and ignore that stuff.
The groceries were delivered yesterday so I’m planning some baking and cooking — since weeknights I’ve been a bit lax in the cooking department – just grabbing something I can make quickly or heat up. I’ve been so hungry for asparagus quiche and the price of asparagus has finally come down to a price I will pay for it so that’s on my list of things to make.
In the meantime, yesterday I sewed. Not on either of the two projects that are top of my list to get finished/started, but a totally different one. As I was piling up some charm packs to put away in the sewing room another piece of fabric I had recently received was sitting there and it went so well with the charm packs in my hand.
The white background with the leaves and snail are my background fabric. I just love that print with all the springy colors in it.
I haven’t decided where I’ll go from here – I need to see how much background I have let but I think this will get turned into a baby blanket and I’ll just add to the top and bottom.
In the meantime I change my mind yet again on the wedding quilt I need to get started on. I was not looking forward to cutting and marking and sewing a gazillion stitch and flip corners on all the rectangles I had cut – boring. But then I remembered a pattern I had seen on Craftsy for the Belle Wave Lap Quilt. I of course will be making it much larger but the rectangles I cut – although larger – will work just fine and no flip and stitch corners. Since I only cut four rectangles of each batik fabric, I plan to just mix them all up rather than making individual blocks of 5 rectangles like the pattern calls for. It will just be a riot of color across my quilt.
I’ll save the “bit of knitting” and my finishes for later – I need to get busy around here. 🙂