Well . . . I'm back. I've been on quilt sabbatical for . . . well, for about five years apparently. I took the sabbatical in order to get a law degree. Which I did. It didn't take five years - just the regular three - but the year before (studying for the LSAT) and the year after (trying to get my head above water/starting new career) did not permit much quilting either. This blog was always a way for me to keep track of my quilts, and since I didn't do much quilting during law school, there wasn't much to blog about. But now there's a little more quilting going on. A very little bit. So . . . I blog. Below is a quilt I actually made during the first year of law school - er, well, probably finished. I'm sure I started it beforehand. My memory's a little thin now. But the finished pictures say they were taken January 5, 2015.
Bonnie and Camille's Swoon pattern.
Finished size, approximately 80x80.
Fabric is Hometown by Sweetwater for Moda.