Covid-19 Sewing (9): Embracing The Quarantine!
hand-piecing the blocks for the Steam Punk quilt at the beginning of the period of self-isolation here in Pennsylvania. I worked on them in the evenings, while watching movies or series with the husband. When I began, I didn't know -- or care -- how long it would take to make the 41 blocks I needed. I surely didn't expect that we'd be self-isolated this long (and now I expect that we are only about half-way through).
Now Steam Punk's a flimsy. I'm really, really pleased with how she turned out.
Setting blocks on point with lattice and cornerstones is a real challenge for me. A couple of areas were sewn, frog-stitched, resewn . . . you get the idea. And now it is ready for the machinist!
If you click on the picture once or twice it will get larger and you can see the fun fabrics that I used.