Oh, I do love a blog hop! A chance to look up from my pile of UFO’s and say, “Squirrel!”
The amazing Carol over at Just Let Me Quilt is your travel planner/cat herder for this hop and she is just amazing! Many thanks for all you do, Carol!
I, on the other hand, have not been amazing lately. I had Covid back in December which left me feeling pretty yucky but apparently my body didn’t get the memo that we didn’t like that because Covid made a return visit in March! (Before you ask, yep, vaccinated, yep, careful about where I go and, until recently, pretty consistent with masking.)
But, back to the important part…pink! (OK, so it says rose but rose is just another shade of PINK!) I really, really, really love pink! It is my all-time favorite color. I love it in all it’s shades from the palest blush pink to the deepest fuschia. So, I decided to pull fabrics from my stash to celebrate my favorite color. My plan was to make a trip around the world with these but I’m afraid I only got as far as the fabric pull and the strips.
I did finish this one up a bit ago and, despite the emphasis on the Emerald City, it has a lovely note of pink in it!
I really need to find a new set up for photographing my quilts…or ask the neighbors if we can extend the fence.
Since this seemed like a very miserly amount of pink to show you, I thought I’d show you a few more of my pink or pink-adjacent projects. This one was from Project Quilting this year and I never did get a full picture of it. I had such fun digging in my stash for a variety of pinks for this!
I’ve put together a little gallery of some of my quilts that were pink, pink adjacent or just had a sneaky peek of pink in there somewhere. I even added a picture of the office chair that we reupholstered for my sewing room in, you guessed it, pink! With any luck, I’ll find my sew-jo here quickly and you’ll see a rosy round the world soon!
Please hop on over to the other participants and see what they are showing this week. There is so much talent in this group!