Which is why I hid in my sewing studio the past couple days - it has beautiful air conditioning!! :-)
My studio recently got an upgrade, which my fellow tall quilters might appreciate! I've always complained about cutting because it meant bending over to awkward heights. When you are 5'10", the standard table height is not comfy at all. The Hubs suggested bed raisers. Sold in 4 packs from Amazon or Ikea for roughly $15, these are back savers!!! Best $15 I've ever spent!
Today's post is a combo of 2 different day's work, both of which are part of my Guild's summer challenge. We were given the panetone of Radient Orchid and told to create a wall hanging using at least one fat 16th of that color. Luckily it happens to be one of my favorite colors!!
The top I made 2 weeks ago and really enjoyed making it! It is fusible applique with random pieced sides, no boarders. It measures 24" by 21".
I held on to all the scraps in order to make the back - today's project! despite feeling like Death warmed over, I had a lot of fun with this. And I find myself loving the back a smidge more than the front...
Did this just become a pair of wall hangings? Or perhaps a double sided piece to blow in the breeze?
Next step - quilting!! Which will be my weekend project!
Enjoy the sunshine!!