I had grand plans to make a few quilts - but, as we all know, sometimes our plans go awry because of unforeseen circumstances. In my case, that "circumstance" came about when my MIL suffered a massive stroke on April 25th. She had a very poor prognosis, and died 10 days later. She was taken to a hospital in the city, which meant that we spent the better part of every day travelling and / or sitting at her bedside. After her funeral, I was finally able to resume the work on my quilts. I had actually started 4 quilts, but the other 2 will have to be completed at another time.
So, here they are - I have shared the progress of the one here already, but it's finally quilted and bound; the second one is made from a pattern that one of Sarah's guest bloggers shared - it's called "Have Faith". It's really easy and a great one for using up scraps! I chose to use a consistent background colour for all of the blocks, but scrappy backgrounds work really well too!
This quilt pattern is called "Water / Waves".
I'm off to link these up on Sarah's website!