Jan, The Colorful Fabriholic, sent me an inspiration picture of a log cabin quilt made with thrifted shirts….right up my ally 🙂 I couldn’t stop thinking about it so pulled some shirting fabrics, then some more and then some more and got to work with my 1.5″ studio cutter die.
Then COVID hit and I began working from home. No longer having a 50 minute commute each way to work and that whole the stay at home thing gave me more sewing time……so the blocks really began accumulating 🙂
Then I outgrew my design wall in the basement and graduated to the temporary, improvised design wall in the guest room upstairs.
By Mid April I had all the blocks done and on the design wall.
On May 30 all the blocks were sewn together, woo hoo, Corona was a flimsy!! Lois, (thanks Lois!!) said, “You may not call that quilt Corona! Make something ugly and depressing to call Corona!” I think that means she likes 🙂 So here it is all sewn together and I love it.
I don’t have a backing yet but have decided to go with yardage rather than piecing something. I just need it to have the same vibe, you know?
Happy Quilting, Cherie