The month of December has been a month of playing catch up with a few things and finishing up a few odds and ends.
I have thoroughly enjoyed making some of Jeni's drawstring bags, and this stack of fabric recently became one.
I found the retro burger stand fabric here in case you were wondering :)
A while back, one of the ladies in our FCMQG signed us up to receive some of the QuiltCon Block Challenge blocks. We are making a quilt that will be sent back to the QuiltCon officials to be donated to The Children's Shelter in Austin. I am in complete awe of the blocks we received. The construction, design, the fabrics are all so good. Here's a sneak peek of the blocks I matted and framed.
Our goal is to showcase each block as a piece of artwork in the quilt top.
I don't know how many hundreds of entries there were, but something fun happened after I posted that pic to Instagram. Someone commented telling me who made the top block! Her name is Janet and she's from Vancouver.
Lastly, I made this potholder for someone who has inspired me with her kindness and willingness to make a positive impact in other people's lives. Her work is inspiring too and I hope she uses the heck out of this little guy!