With tons of UFO's in my sewing cavern, I began a new project in May. I'm not sure what this quilt will look like. It's a MYSTERY, a mystery quilt. Pat and Debbie of Silver Thimble Quilt Co. designed this quilt, "Shh....Don't Tell." It's a two color quilt. That's all we know. I do know that I've loved most everything that they have designed together and separately. It was a no-brainer that I would participate in this project.
Step 1 was available at our April Thimbles days, but I didn't begin my quilt until May. I did lots of thinking and studying fabric that I have in my stash. I have tons of 1930's and '40's reproduction fabrics. Jackie at Canton Village Quilt Works has tons of Kona solids. Kona ash (light gray) seemed like a good choice with my fabrics.
This is Step 1 with the fabric cut and organized in ziplock bags and post-it notes.
At our May Thimbles session, Step 2 was almost completed.
It was one of the projects that I worked on at the Cabin in Blue Ridge. There were lots of blocks to square-up.Here is the completed part of Step 2. Waiting for June for the next installment of Shhh....Don't Tell.
Barbara, at Cat Patches, has a problem of not having enough UFO's. She is encouraging us to begin a new project each month - not finish the project, just begin one. Check! I managed to begin a project in May. I have one in mind to begin in June.......