Soy Amado No. 68
Bright, primary (well if we ignore the pink and the purple) colours.
I am still enjoying making these.
I know I'm not going at them with the same intensity as last year but I think that's why I'm still enjoying them.
Each time I work on something else, or I have a little tidy and come across scraps of fabric, I cut them up into 1" and 1 3/4" strips, put them in a cardboard box, wait until it starts to look full and then pull out 20 blocks to assemble into a Soy Amado quilt and use up some of the strips.
Sometimes I have enough to go right across one section with the same strip of fabric but most of the time I don't and I actually think that works better with the whole scrappy feel to each quilt.
Soy Amado. No. 68
Thanks for your comments in my previous post about blogging versus Instagram.
Fear not, this is still my preferred medium.
Maybe not as frequently as I would like but still staying here.