I've been very quiet on the blog scene, I know, but I have been stitching. Just keep forgetting to post anything, sorry.
Haven't time to take photo - or fixed camera problems yet - so please believe me, I have finished a scrappy quilt tonight. It's got 6 blocks of totally random 'mile a minute' pieced fabrics approx 12 inch square, joined by tan/apricot coloured sashing strips. I used the same fabric as the sashing for the borders, and a multi-dot backing fabric that picked up many of the quilt's colours was also used for the binding, as it blended well with the borders. Works out at 35 x 34 inches, and will go in my 'charity' pile, probably for disaster survivors, as it's a bright, happy quilt.
PS All scraps from previous quilts, that I'd started sewing together in mile a minute blocks last year, and a friend gave me more remnants to add variety to the blocks this year.
Cheers... will try to get back on the blogging track in May