Here's one from about 5 years ago. A twisted four-patch of sorts. It was made to try out a stack 'n whack technique using 4 alike pieces cut into 4 patches. I loved the tropical fabric that we started with. One of my kids, a 5th grader back then, helped me with the design, layout and a little of the sewing. It was a gift for the teacher. So we named it, Summer at Camp L_____. The teacher often called her class Camp L______ and these flowers seemed to us to be a summertime celebration.
It's fun to look back and see how my fabrics selection has begun to change, along with quilting designs. Of course this one was done on my regular sewing machine, so I have to shuffle more quilt layers around as I was quilting it.
I'll take a week or so from blogging. Family health issues have arisen. So my dad and his wife are coming here to enjoy our teens as well as feed them and drive them all over town to various activities. Meanwhile, my husband and I will go separate ways to be with our mothers. We're praying for both of these sweet ladies to recover ask quickly as possible.
Enjoy your upcoming week.