The spot next to the phone needed a new wall hanging; the bunnies were looking out of season as fall approaches. This is the new fall decoration.
The vines are not smoothly quilted but maybe with more practice my free motion quilting will improve.
I tries something new with the binding, I added the orange batik flange. Two types of flanges were discussed online, I chose to go with the flange being sewn on first rather than combining it in the binding.
The Very Hungry Caterpillar is my favorite children's book.
I bought again it for one of my great-nieces, Skylar.
Over 30 years ago, I bought this pattern to make a toy doll for my daughter, Angie. Since I've used the pattern to make the dog for a great-niece, Audrey. I used it again to make a caterpillar to go with the book.
During the month of May, the art quilt group I belong to had quilts on display at the Saginaw Township City Hall. One set of quilts was made with the ugly challenge fabric (leads to earlier post with my project).
Francine made "Color Study" using dye to gradually change the challenge fabric.
Linda made "Sunshine", a happy sun face using the fabric.
Jane made "Intrigue" weaving the challenge fabric.
I made "Queen Red Lime Zinnia" using the ugly fabric.
The Millington Quilt Club gives quilts to fire victims in the area. Faith, who manages the quilts, asked members to make 10 inch string quilt blocks using brights. I had no problem finding some bright scraps in my stash.
It was fun arranging the blocks.
Considering, I didn't make even a small dent in my collection of brights and the blocks were fun to make; I should make a string quilt for myself. I think I will put the same color in the center of each block.