Fast and easy,
just how I like ‘em. Haha.
It was created this weekend for a co-worker’s second baby. I needed to make something in a hurry since it crept up on me and my other unfinished tops for babies are nowhere near ready. Hopefully, I will have a new sewing machine by then, because mine will not accept any even feed feet without popping, jumping, or breaking needles, depending on the foot. Ugh. So my natural lines are a little more, uh, liberated than I would like. The solids are Kona, and the binding is from Robert Kaufman’s Springtime in Paris, one of the very first fabrics I ever purchased back in ’07.
Luckily, my other pregnant co-worker isn’t due until March, so I have more time to finish my isosceles triangle quilt.
Prairie snow (not sand) at sunrise.