One benefit of lockdowns, is the time one gets to sew, (I'm lucky cos my kids are now independent teens, so when I'm not doing work things, I get quite a lot of free time), and create and play with our quite substantial fabric stash. Sometimes instead of starting a new project, old works in progress get finished.
This is the case, with my Groove is in the Heart Quilt, which I started here almost a year ago. I had the majority of these large blocks made, and stored in a box. Over the past week I finshed off the last six blocks I had waiting to be sewn, then stitched them altogether.
The pattern itself had 49 blocks, however I made this up using 36 blocks. It's quite a large quilt already, but after looking at the photos, I have decied to make another six blocks, so I have a slightly more symmetrically balanced quilt.
Now, that the top is finished, and I have stepped back and watched it flapping in the wind, I am quite pleased with how it has turned out. I think this one will be a keeper.
Pattern available from Rachel Daisy here