Photos are from my phone so not the best, but it's what I have. Yet again, my camera has gone AWOL.........grrrrr. It's probably in the same place as my little scissors. (I'm sure a few of you can relate to that statement.)
First up is the cutest little piece with 42 yo yo's around that 2" border. I love this and it is the pattern we will work on for December. Yo yo's are a super project to pick up when you have 5 minutes and they make a great take along project as well. This pattern also contained a few lessons for me. First off, read the instructions! Who would have thought of that?
The lower piece was our first month, and it's the only one I have quilted and bound.
This was last months piece and I love how it turned out. No matter how fussy I got with color/print placement, I still ended up with like fabrics together. I also got the orientation of the segments turned around so I ended up with 64 sets all with the same direction. Instead of picking them apart, I continued to piece and I got the second sample top completed. I've been trying to have one pieced for the demo day and another one as a work in progress to use for tutorials in the demo.
This pattern was chosen for October because it has such a great look for Christmas. There is some applique still to be done on this piece, and I won't have mine ready for this year. E will, she came in November with this pieced, quilted and bound. Yeah for her!
I've got the cream piece quilted, yo yo's attached, but haven't made a scrappy binding. That's on my list for this weekend. The green one with the strip piecing is quilted and bound. I hope the group will like to add these into their collection.
2015 will bring a second round of 6 new patterns along with a new collection of fabric from Kim. I've taken a peek at them and they look pretty cute. This customer list has already started for these kits. If you missed this first round, jump in for round two. They are pretty stinking cute!