Why might this be the I am mad quilt? Well, when I get mad or upset, this is the quilt I work on. I think that is because it is simple. I need a total of eighty blocks, so I either work on finding fabrics or cutting the leaves or just sewing them on. Plenty to do, nothing complex. I actually have about 62 blocks together in various states of sewing. I try to minimize my thread changing, so, I sew all the ones I can with same color I have threaded in the machine. It is meant to be a play on colors lights and darks.
I think this quilt will be a bear to make sure the blocks are placed correctly. My daughter put this on my design wall and I noticed the bottom black/red one is incorrect. Not a problem, since I am not yet sewing it together. But I am the person that looked at my safari quilt forever and still had three camels right next to each other in the same row. Knowing myself, I will have several backwards but wont notice until it is quilted and bound.
I made this from scraps but it would be great for layer cakes. The base is made from 2, 10 inch blocks, cut in half and then sewn back together with the opposite one.
I really don’t get mad that often, but sewing always puts me at ease and when my mind is racing, best to stick with something simple. I keep this project in my sewing room neatly in my pizza box.
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