Spring Catch Up
As usual time has flown by here in Yorkshire. One minute we're gearing up for Christmas and before I know it Easter half term has arrived and the kids are at home.
Since January I've been busy with different crafting projects. One thing I wanted to make myself was a book cover for a notebook that I could use for all my craft projects and ideas.
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The biggest project I've finished since the start of the year is my quilt. After my husband bought me a subscription to The Patchwork and Quilting Club run by Little Miss Sewnsew christmas 2020 I've been working hard every month on putting quilt blocks together. Unfortunately the first box didn't arrive until April 2021 due to various problems but it's been an amazing year of quilting. Every box has been like getting a christmas present every month with fabulous fabrics from Lewis and Irene. Inside the box apart from the fabrics were a little treat and the instructions for that months block, giving us a choice of 3 versions. Most months I did at least 2 versions and some 3 which meant by the end of the 12 months I had loads of blocks. You could either made a big quilt with 20 blocks or a standard size with 12. As I'd got so many I made both!! So husband and I have a summer quilt for our bed and our daughter has her own, she even picked the sashing and cornerstones for her quilt.