Saturday, November 19, 2011

Last night was Friday Night Sew In night.  I had absolutely no idea what to sit and stitch this month.  I have a few projects that I could have worked on, but wasn't feeling very motivated to continue with them.
Luckily!, I had a project waiting in the wings.  At the beginning of the year, I purchased the first Vignette magazine.  I fell in love with the mystery quilt contained inside, and purchased the fabrics and threads.  I knew I wouldn't get to it for ages.

 So, from this lovely group of fabrics....
I cut and sewed all evening...

and ended up with these...
Fourteen sweet little Churn-dash blocks.
This is just the start, there's a lot of embroidery on linen in the borders of this quilt.  That's the next job!
Oh, and of course, Bonnie K. Hunter's new mystery - Orca Bay- just started last night too. 
I have fabrics kind of chosen, but I think I'll leave the first step until I go to my regular sewing night next Friday.


  1. Mmm liking those fabrics for your vignette quilt....very much...hard to go wrong with a churn dash, looking forward to seeing how this one goes together.

  2. Love the churn dash blocks,very pretty fabrics :) Barb.

  3. The mystery stitching project sounds like great your fabric choices!

  4. What pretty fabrics you chose. The blocks look great. Another successful FNSI.

  5. Your fabrics are gorgeous - they should certainly keep you interested in your new project!