One of my goals this year is to start and finish a quilt for which I bought a kit. The good news is I've started it!
If you follow me on social media, you may have seen a post or two, but if you're in Lindsay's League, you've seen more regular updates about this project.
This quilt is the Les Amis quilt by Shelley Cavanna. I love the colors and the patterns on the fabrics. I'm so excited to put it all together.
But so far, I've spent eleven hours cutting fabric and I still have three pieces of fabric to go! However, I haven't put together a post about what project I'm currently working on, so I thought I'd do that.
This is what the quilt will (hopefully) look like when it's done.
It's for intermediate skilled quilters, so I'm really pushing myself since I'm definitely a beginner still. However, if I finish it, I'll consider myself intermediate. 😉
To begin, I had to cut out all of these tiles. There are so many different fabrics (as you see in the picture at the end of the post) and so many cuts to make, that the tiles are supposed to help keep things organized. It's daunting to realize just how many tiles there are (46).
It's been a long process to cut the fabric, but also interesting because this is the first time I've really had to do this, especially so much of it. And I get to use new rulers! See those triangle rulers? Yep. I get to use those. Yay for new experiences!
I'm hoping to finish cutting all my fabric this week and finish all of one block this month. The first block I'm supposed to do is called Flower Stars; there will be six. I'll post again when I get around to working on or finishing that!
Wish me luck because I'll probably need it!