In the last few weeks, I seem to have lost my will to sew ... and the projects parked on my design wall reflect that. But since there are a few new blocks (and a new block pattern), I've decided to share.
Fabric is cut to make more of the traditional feathered star blocks ... but I have made only minimal progress. I joked with a friendly a while ago that I probably should re-label The Daily Feather blog as The Occasional Feather, unless I get back on track soon.
The pieced curve bird blocks are still waiting for the design idea in my head to be translated to paper.
The recently ordered charms to be used with the drunkard's path panel have arrived and so the only thing holding me back from making progress is ... myself.
The tall variations of the traditional Oklahoma Boomer blocks are for the September Block Lotto.
I had a lot of fun dressing the Boomers in back-to-school clothes.
You can download the pattern from my Block Patterns page and find the guidelines we're using for the block lotto here:
September is Boom Goes-Back-to-School Month
Will I find my creative mojo in September? As much as I don't feel like sewing, I am missing it ... so I'm hopeful. What do you do when you just don't feel like quilting and want to restart the create urge?