Well this has been a tough week. I had surgery and was in the hospital for three days. I got home Saturday, and I am so thankful! Before I went to the hospital, I wanted to do something to take my mind off my troubles, so naturally I chose to do some piecing, I had been wanting to play with my Accuquilt (affiliate link) Wedge Die (#55439) for some time. I hope to design some patterns that incorporate it. So I selected some Cozy Christmas fat quarters by Lori Holt of Bee in my Bonnet for Riley Blake Designs. See the selected fabrics and die in the photo below.
At this point I wasn't sure how I would use the wedges. I just wanted to cut some and play around with them. The photo below shows some cut wedges.
I now have an idea for a design, but I am still playing. Stay tuned for the finished design.
Now it is your turn! You can link up your in-progress or completed piecing projects using the blue button with the frog below. Please note that the thumbnail photos and links will not show up on this page. You will need to click the blue frog button below to see the photos and links. This may be a little different from what you are used to. The link up will be available until Monday, November 13, 2017 at midnight. If you prefer, you can also link up on Instagram using #PiecefulSundayatJANDABendQuilts.
Please include a link to this page in the blog post that you are linking up. If you wish, you can include the Pieceful Sunday button as well. After linking up, I hope that you will stop by the posts of others to see their work. Encouraging comments are welcome. Quilters tend to be nurturing and supportive. I am hoping that this Linky Party will help us establish an encouraging quilting group.
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I am a quilter who is starting a new adventure. After retiring in May 2016, I became a certified Quilt in a Day Instructor. I am certified to teach workshops using Quilt in a Day patterns and techniques. In addition, I am designing my own quilt patterns.