'Stay at Home Round Robin' hosted by Kate North.
However, I made it using colours that I'm not so keen on, just to see how it went. Unfortunately, although I like the form of the quilt, I'm still not keen on the colours and don't want to make space for it on my walls. SO if you would like it, please contact me or leave a comment. If there is more than one person who'd like it I will draw a name out of a hat (probably at the end of the month). It's about 19" square plus the dangly bit.
I broke open the packet and started luceting. This was the first bit. At the bottom you can see the looser weave, then the tighter weave where I improve with the first method that I learnt. Then there is a really wobbly bit where I tried to learn a second method, which straightens out enough for me to try to put a frogging line in, and then the section with the frogging.
It's going to be fun to try it with different types of yarn to see what happens, although I can only do a few minutes each day without making my fingers and wrists sore.
Avril does with hers.
Kandy, now that I know that she's received it safely. Similar to one that I made earlier in the year.
Finally, if you haven't already cast your vote, please take a moment to click on this page and vote for 'Unfolding the Quilts' to be a 'Best Heritage Project'. If the Quilt Museum (run by the Quilters' Guild) is the heritage finalist it will get a slot on a BBC show which would be great publicity. It's already got and spent the lottery money, this is just a vote to say that it was a popular choice.