I love the postage stamp quilts that I've been seeing on flickr and around the web. They are just so simple and pretty. I'm especially fond of the quilts that alternate white squares with the printed fabrics, and this quilt by oh fransson really inspired me.
I had these in the stash:
I promptly cut them into fourths, and attacked 4 yards of White Kona Cotton with the rotary cutter as well.
This is probably the hard way to make a postage stamp quilt, starting with all these little squares and not strip piecing, but you have to work with what you've got, right?
Oh! I thought I'd show you how far our house has come along since the hole was dug for the foundation. This was taken not too long ago.
I can't wait to move. Living in a temporary space has been very unsettling. Last week I wanted to bake a cake and, well, the tube pan was at our house, two hours away. Things like that happen with the sewing and knitting, too, so I'll be very happy when everything is conveniently located under one roof!