When it’s cold and raining, what’s a quilter to do? You will not find us outside raking leaves and/or pine-straw. Saved by the rain! Scratch that raking project.
After receiving so much rain causing roads and bridges to wash away, flood homes and generally cause a disaster, South Carolina is now under drought conditions. Matthew was our last rain fall; 31 days ago.
Rain and temperatures in the 40’s gave me a great reason to get started on Maridee’s quilt. Happy to have the center block of this project completed.
I find myself being a little OCD about my fabric placement making sure that the directional fabrics are going in the right direction. Memo to self: Don’t use directional fabrics next time you make Maridee’s quilt.
On to the next block!