More Curves, New Quilt!

Here’s the beginning of a new quilt. I have 3/4 of the pieces cut from the colorful Fossil Fern fabrics.

Fossil Fern is a Benartex line. I have 10 more Fat Quarters to cut into the above pieces, and the rectangles need to be cut into curved pieces as well. Next, I’ll be cutting the creamy background fabric.

Here is my test block:

I’m pleased with it! The pattern is Chic Country by Sew Kind of Wonderful, and uses their Quick Curve Ruler for cutting the curved pieces.

Two weeks ago I had prepping for a new quilt on my to-do list. But since I did not get to it, I left it off of last week’s list. I’m kind of chuckling at my self, because I did get to it this week, but it’s not on the list!

Are you a list person? Do you ever add things you completed to your list just so you can check them off?

How did I do on last week’s To-Do List?

  1. Tropical Snowball quilt – piece blocks, and hopefully rows. ✔️ Done and done!
  2. More FMQ on friend’s baby quilts. ➞ Sandwiched, not quilted.
  3. Grand daughter and her parents visiting this weekend! Grand daughter play time! ✔️ We had such lovely weather for a fun day at the zoo with our grand daughter & her parents!

To-Do Tuesday List for this week:

  1. Tropical Snowball quilt – sew rows together for a completed top.
  2. Continue FMQ friend’s baby quilts.
  3. Shop hop with quilting friend – I have a list, let’s hope I stick to it!

Linking to To-Do Tuesday and Linky Tuesday.


4 Responses to “More Curves, New Quilt!”

  1. Roseanne Says:

    Isn’t it fun to start a new quilt?! All those pretty pieces just waiting for you to sew them together into something spectacular. How fun spending time with your granddaughter! I hope your shop hop is equally as much fun and that you find some good buys. ~smile~ Roseanne

  2. Patricia Says:

    Such pretty pieces all lined up and ready to be sewn! That block is stupendous! I’m looking forward to see your progress! This quilt will be stunning! Thank you for sharing!

  3. Sarah Says:

    Love those colors! I add things I’ve already completed to my list when I’m struggling to get things done. Marking them off motivates me to get started on the things I actually need to get to.

  4. Christine Slaughter Says:

    Love those fabrics, and that block is so pretty! I love all of the curves you are sewing this year! I’m always adding finished things to my list in my planner. It makes me realize how much I’ve accomplished, even when nothing else that was originally on the list was done!

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