As the year is winding down I have a third batik quilt finish to share.
"Gemini" by Janine Burke for Blue Underground Studios has been on my "to do" list for a while, and I had fun working on it.
The actual construction of the blocks didn't take long at all. I made two-color rectangular blocks, and cut them in half .....
.....then mixed them up and sewed them back together.
You can't really make a mistake putting blocks like these into rows.
Shirley, did another great job quilting this one for me.
Don't you love the Grunge fabric I found for the back?
I didn't make as big a dent in the box of strips as I'd hoped I would, but I definitely did make a dent. Here's the box of strips "before".
Here's the box "after".
"Gemini" will be gifted soon, and I'm excited that I'll be able to do that in person in just a couple of weeks. Now to decide what the next batik quilt will be.
Linking up with Confessions of a Fabric Addict.
Linking up with Tish's Adventures in Wonderland.