Well, another month has flown by. My sewing hours have been happily devoted to my “Community Supper” quilt, so this month’s mini had to be super simple.
Something light to represent the onset of summer with a touch of red to show the frustration we are all feeling these days. I grabbed the basket of “lights” and started whacking. Simple mindless stitching.
When I started this one I was going to call it, “The Light at the End of the Tunnel” aka “Bye Corona”, but it became evident as I traveled onward that the end was nowhere in sight. Then I thought about, “The Thin Red Line”, to show the courage we have had to muster during this pandemic. But, I feel that term is one of honor for the military and firefighters and I do not want to diminish the respect we all have for them. So, I decided on "Unsettled".
Take a gander at what my fellow mini makers have come up with this month. Keep checking in as some may (like me) be a bit late in posting. And, some may be having issues with the new Blogger. Argh! I say, if it ain't broke, don't fix it!
Quilting Babcia (AmityQuilter)
Julie (Julie K Quilts)
Sandy (My MaterialCreations)
And, you may have noticed the way I put triangles in the corners of my minis instead of hand stitching a sleeve across the top.
Clever! I’m going to use this method next time. Thanks Shirley!