This one has a mid-century modern feel. Each of these houses is a different kind of puzzle for me. I get an idea, sketch it, then try and cut and sew it together. I love puzzles, so that is fun for me. This one gave me a little trouble in the driveway/walkway area, but I was able to make it work. Three down, and nine to go. I don't know what the next one will be, but it will be fun.
I have decided to join the 2012 Finish-a-long over at Quilter in the Gap. For the first quarter, I have chosen these three projects to finish.
I need to quilt and bind Hokule'a. This is a priority, and will be the first one I tackle. I have stressed about how to quilt this one, but I think I am going to go with the thing I do best which is overall stippling.
I would really like to get this wall hanging finished. I want to hand quilt it, so it may take me a bit longer. I do plan on getting it done by March 1.
Bayou Sunset is another small wall hanging I would like finish by hand quilting it. Actually, I need to get this finished by the second Tuesday in February for my guild UFO challenge.
These are the three I am entering in Rhonda's challenge. Hop on over there to see what other people are doing. You might want to enter as well. There are great prizes.
Have a wonderful few days while I spend the next three with Bella.
Joyful quilting, everyone.