I hope you got all your preparations done – whatever they were – and are ready to dive into cutting your fabric.
And if you do not feel like cutting all at once: Cut a few blocks and start sewing the first block. It is a no pressure Sew Along, sure do what you feel like :)
The prompt for this week is of course showing of your fabric pieces. I have to say, that I found that quiet challenging so I am curious how you will display them. Always so fun to see other creatives at work!
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This week’s progress
My progress was actually not very cutting intense but rather a decision making week :)
I sewed a scrap-made-fabric panel as planned, but when my Quilter’s Assistant aka Mom complained that I could not cut that beautiful panel up, I asked around on Instagram – always fun to see what the creative quilting community thinks. And though a few were all for cutting it up, the majority did like it better as is. Back to the drawing board!
So wanting to work from stash and still keep the jungle fabric as the main fabric, I had to get creative. That leftover piece was only big enough for about three blocks. I went deep diving and found a teal fabric that fits and decided to do three blocks each, still considering the “accent circle” idea and the dark pink solid.
Here are my four mock up versions and their survey results from Instagram: