We are having a great time at the lake - even the dogs are chillin'.
I started working on the quilt below this January, and the name of it is "Third Weekend in October". I hope to have it finished by then. It is so big that I didn't see it all laid out at once until now. I have about one-third of the rows to sew together yet. It's designed by Ruth Powers and the pattern is manufactured by Innovations.
I took a picture of it from the upstairs balcony as it lays on the floor below:
I noticed one yellow leaf (at about 8:00) seemed to have too many points, and it's because the partial leaf next to it is so similar in color. So, I decided to re-do that portion. I took out this:
And replaced it with a red checked fabric, and the yellow leaf now has a better look, with the similar yellow pebble fabric gone:
This pattern is fun, and very simple if you take it a little at a time. I sectioned it off and did five rows each month. It would be fun to make a small quilt with what I learned doing this one.
What are you working on this week?