I love everything about autumn! But most of all I love being outside, taking walks, and going on outings with my family. We spent most of this past weekend at an outdoor art and sculpture festival and a pumpkin farm - so much fun. All this left very little time for sewing - one hour in the past four days to be exact - because after ignoring my house, the laundry, and grocery shopping all weekend, Monday was full of cleaning up and running errands.
I finished these nine blocks of the Leslie Quilt, modified last Friday. See how you can rotate the same block to make this cool pattern. Only eleven more to go. (each block is 15"x15" so just 9 blocks make a 45"x45" square)
These are so simple and so much fun to sew. I used this tutorial. No measuring or exact placement of fabrics and you get a very cool wonky star. I see many more wonky/maverick stars in my future.
Thanks so much Amanda for introducing me to this super simple way to piece stars!
Some fun photos from our weekend...
Hope you're finding the time to enjoy this beautiful season!