But, I did finally get some sunny weather where the husband and I were both home so I got some decent pictures of my finished AMH Innocent Crush quilt. It's been the resident couch quilt for weeks now so it's nice to finally get it blogged!
I quilted it in straight lines, 1/4 inch away from each seam. It took forever and some of the lines where I didn't have a seam to follow are distinctly wonky, but I really like the effect. The varying grid-like pattern is especially cool on the back.
The binding probably isn't the print I would have picked (this was a kit), but it is pretty and frames the quilt nicely.
Finally, I have actually been working - slowly - on a new project. I've been making wonky log cabins from the Malka layer cake that I won. I used a tutorial from From the Blue Chair. It's a kind of slice and dice method and doesn't waste a lot of fabric, which I like. Plus, my OCF self is not good with being purposely wonky, so...baby steps. I've finally finished all the blocks, but this will give you the general effect.
Now I just need to get some sewing time again, and maybe I'll have more to report. Happy Sewing!