The mini twister quilt now has five rows stitched together.
Next up was the Kona Sunset quilt. I managed to finish stitching all the rows together. It still needs borders and it is a little bit of an awkward size, so I am considering adding a color strip on the top and bottom to lengthen the quilt.
My drunkard's path batik quilt got *one* more curved block pieced. I have a little trouble working on those curved blocks steadily because they just don't come easy to me. I am sincerely hoping that by the end of this quilt, I will be a seasoned pro at curved piecing.
Lastly, I started quilting Kona Slate Rock tonight. Some of you may have figured out by now I'm a total sucker for variegated threads and this quilt is no exception. I found an Isacord in blues, whites, and grays for this quilt.
I checked Leah Day's repository of FMQ patterns and picked Shadow Waves. I really debated doing pebbling, but opted for a less dense quilting pattern. I also opted for alternating directions for each block.
This week, I learned that if you don't take the cutting mat off your sewing table, your machine will stitch right through it. (Oops). At least I know my machine is tough.
Luckily, the damage is minimal.
So, that was my week so far. How did yours go?