It must just be this time of year, because I seem to have very little time to sew and quilt. When I do find time in the evenings, I’m just too tired to do anything other than curl up on the couch under a quilt and watch some tv.
Even with the motivation to want to get this quilt started and completed on a pretty quick schedule, I’ve had a hard time actually doing it. I need to get it done though, because it’s for my aunt who was recently diagnosed with breast cancer, and I’d like for her to have a cheerful quilt to help keep her warm during her treatments. I also need to finish so that I can start and finish a baby quilt for my cousin who’s daughter is due to arrive in February.
Needless to say, I need to get busy.
For my aunt’s quilt, I’m using one of my all time favorite patterns: Jelly Filled. I’ve had a jelly roll plus some yardage of Recipe for Friendship by Mary Engelbreit for Moda for about a year…just sitting and waiting for me to do something with…waiting for the perfect occasion. I thought the cheerfulness of this fabric would be a good choice for this quilt.