It's been really grey again here,
so I feel the need for
A BLAST OF COLOR.
The quilt above does the trick. It was one of the new quilts for breast cancer patients that was finished in November when the "Comfy Quilters" met at Harbor Quilts in Gig Harbor.
I worked on borders for the one above. The center was donated, already pieced in a fractured block pattern. We added a few borders to make it big enough for a patient to snuggle under during chemo treatments or at home.
This simple but striking one, above, comes together on the design wall.
Further down on the design wall were these half-square triangle layouts, which weren't from our group but I took a photo anyway because they were so cheerful. More of the comfort quilts are bagged up on the table, ready to take to the hospital.
Meanwhile, this zinger was pieced from long strips joined on the diagonal. Lots of movement.
Have a colorful day