Sunday, 2 June 2019

May furtle

May has come and gone so fast that I even missed the end of month recap! I had a few things to blog about that I never got to post but overall sewing time has been rather limited! I started the month making some blocks for UFO and with a lovely workshop but that got shelved rather quickly...

Let's just look at May furtle with blocks
After a lovely workshop where I started my Enchanted Stars quilt
I finally fixed Luna
 and made (only) 5 more blocks for the 365 challenge
but I finish all the blocks for my Scrappy Trip Along, all 14 of them
A grand total of 20 blocks!

And with all these blocks, I managed to make a quilt of it.
I also made 2 Tees as a pattern tester, and my son was the winner! and also finally finished my daughter's pyjama (everything that could go wrong went wrong...)
And finally I made myself a little card holder out of some gorgeous cork fabric.

Linking to May Furtle


  1. May does seem to have come and gone in the blink of an eye, but you have lots of lovely advances to show for it! Your Scrappy Trip quilt is gorgeous--so sunny and cheery, it definitely merits a 'Yaaay" *Kermit flail*
    You have all my feels on 'everything that could go wrong, did'. Kinda makes you feel like screaming.
    The cork *is* gorgeous. I've yet to work with it, although I do have some.

  2. The month may have gone in a flash but you have made some lovely things. Your Trip Along quilt is absolutely gorgeous (I'm a real rainbow girl!) and I'm already looking forward to seeing where next month takes you!

  3. May has definitely gone in a flash, I dread to think how quickly June will go! Your scrappy trip is gorgeous, as is your Enchanted Stars - I'm looking forward to seeing more of that! Thanks for furtling!

  4. May was fast. Love the scrappy quilt!!! Wishing you the best for June.

  5. That scrappy Trip Along quilt is gorgeous, well done.


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