I’ve been working on some mosaic blocks but am currently taking a little break waiting for the arrival of some fun Heather Ross fussy cuts offered by good friends on Instagram. I only have 12 more blocks to make so I want to use those and then decide where to go from there!
This block will forever remind me of my oldest daughter, Lily. She has adored horses since she was in preschool. For the longest time, playing with her plastic horses and barn was her favorite pastime. She still does that from time to time but her choice of activity has morphed to drawing a bit more. These days she is into anything leopard printed, hence the border.
Then we have a couple more sewing themed blocks because I really like collecting sewing themed prints. There was some discussion about the bottom fussy cut on Instagram. It is an out of print Kokka Trefle print. I am not sure where I bought it originally but you can still find it on Etsy.
Here is another block from the heavily used “tea” category in this quilt.
I love these little Can Can dancers. They are dancing the night away under the chandeliers. These were a last minute stash addition from Sew Me A Song because I decided I needed them for this quilt.
These two blocks are sisters of sorts because the center fussy cuts come from the same print.
And finally, we have Mr. Owl. He is surrounded by a dictionary print since he is a wise owl, of course.