With everything going on in the world, I needed a project that would bring back my sewjo. And I found it with #100Days100Blocks from Angie at Gnome Angel. We just started last week, so there’s never been a perfect time to join along!
Since I’m working at home full time, I decided that I’m going to start each day in the studio making that day’s block. It’s been just a delightful way to start the day! I’m sure to get in my 10 minutes of daily sewing, and I head to my home office feeling creative and ready to tackle the day’s work.
Since I’m a perfect 7 for 7 on sewing a block each day, I thought I’d do a round up post of my blocks so far. I’m pretty excited about them!
Something nice and simple to get us started…
I just love the Duckling and Flame together!
I wish the sun didn’t darken the Hibiscus so much. It’s a great purple color that goes amazing with the other fabrics!
All three colors together are stunning!
Slow and steady for another easy block…
This just gets me more and more excited for where this project is going!
The most complicated block, and it still only took about 20 minutes to finish.
The Fabric Pull
I’m using Kona Duckling, Flame, and Hibiscus with a White background. It’s earthy in that it reminds me of a bright, vibrant sunrise on a summer day. Every time I finish another block, I get more and more excited about what this quilt will look like.
So are you ready to join along on #100Days100Blocks? I’ve been following the #100Days100Blocks2020 hashtag on Instagram, and there are some really amazing people quilting along. Hopefully I’ll see you around!