Whew! This exclamation refers to both the weather and the quilt. The top half of the quilt (above) is pieced and the bottom two panels (below) are up on the board and in the process of being pieced.
The although the blocks were paper pieced and should be consistently sized, the bulky seam intersections and stretchy-flimsy-thready fabrics (some are homespun, others recycled shirts) are a challenge to match. Even though I'm not proud of the piecing, I think this is a happy looking quilt that we will enjoy.
So far, we’ve had 18 days of 100 degree weather in 2011. That already exceeds the annual average of 13 days and we aren’t through with June yet. Good weather to stay in doors and quilt!
Surf over to Judy's blog and see what other quilters are up to today.