I got three of my quilts basted yesterday. Which I'm feeling pretty good about. Two were baby quilts and one was the Ugly Quilt. I will continue to baste until I run out of pins. Then I will move to quilting!
I plan to order some thread from Superior Threads today. I want to try their polyester invisible thread. The only other thread I've ever used from them is the Bottom Line - which was fantastic, by the way - so I have high hopes for the invisible. I may have to throw in a couple other spools of things to try, too.
Now, on to the subject of today's post.
A friend of mine posted a couple days ago about making a temperature scarf.
I immediately started to think about how I could translate that into a quilt. Remember, I don't do sticks and yarn!
So after a day or two of thought, and a little playing on my EQ7
I kind of don't want to start, because we are already 40 days into the year, but on the other hand, I actually dreamed about it last night - so maybe that's a sign. And really, this would be a great scrap buster! If you lived in a warmer climate, your colors might all be warmer, whereas mine will shift from cools to warms and back.
Anyone else want to try something like this with me?