Brown and cream were no colours I would choose voluntarily a year ago, but now that I've seen the effect and how WARM it can be I can only say: I love it; I might even do it again!
The quilt I'm talking about is this one (which you'might have seen before)
With a lot of help from dear quilting friends Alison and Nicolette (both great bloggers!), I have managed to write a pattern for it.
You'll find it at the top on the page "Quick and easy, stripy quilt tutorial".
And of course: if you've made a quilt like this: mail me, because I'd love to see!
Well, I hope I haven't disappointed you by not sending you (all) any fat quarters or other fabric.
My finish this week (so I'll be linking up with Amy and Amanda Jean) is a sketch for a quilt with these RUBY fabrics, from Oakshot Fabrics:
All to be appliqued on Potash also from Oakshot Fabrics.
And I haven't got a clue when I'll be making this one.
Perhaps just in between making City Harbor for a dear friend and her wonderful sporty husband?
Have I told you yet he (the wonderful sporty husband) will be cycling from Italy to his hometown for CHARITY!
That's 1300 km, which is just over 800 mile! In a week! You can read all about that here in Dutch.
If you'd like to make a donation for his team "Fietsers zonder grenzen" go here (in English!) but any other team will do too, because it's to enable doctors and nurses to be able to operate where they're needed most!
Have a lovely weekend and keep supporting yours; they'll carry you through!