I'm planning a workshop on 'the patchwork of the crosses' next year, and here's the first block. The permutations of this block are endless, and give a great opportunity to fussy cut.
The baby quilts are still on the agenda, and I thought these Tula Pink blocks would make a good boy's quilt. Jane over at Sew Create It gave me the idea for this staggered setting, but I'm not quite sure where to go from here. A narrow white border, blue border? I'll have to audition some fabrics and see.
I've also been trying to complete Linus quilts. This is a leaders and enders project called Crabapples, and I think a final red border will finish it off. Unfortunately there's no red solid left either in the Linus boxes or my stash, so I guess I'll be forced to go shopping. What a shame!
I've also been quilting this Bonnie Hunter whose name I forget. Is it Lazy Sunday? Anyway, it's quilting beautifully, but I just need to keep going, as I need it in a couple of weeks for a young lady who's coming up for 18. Should be able to do it, if I don't have any more hospital trips!