Many of my UFOs for the American Patchwork & Quilting’s 2017 UFO Challenge have been stacking up because they’re ones that require a lot of work. March’s project was to quilt an entire quilt and I’m still working on that. April’s project was the same. But May’s project was an easy one to get done in one month because I only committed to making one block from a McKenna Ryan kit. Easy peasy and done!
Most of the quilts I work on are complicated and intricate; I like a good challenge. But, this past weekend I went away for my guild’s Spring Fling, 3 days of basically non-stop sewing near Lake Winnipesaukee, NH. For that kind of event, I leave the complicated projects behind and focus on fun, easy, colorful projects. Here’s what came out of the weekend:
Doesn’t get more colorful than this, does it?
The second project was a fusible kit by McKenna Ryan (Block 5 from “In Full Bloom). These kits are great for retreats because it’s just tracing, cutting, and fusing with very little thought involved.