This week I got one small baby quilt finished, made as homage to the Settlers of Catan board game.
As per the board game, there are five terrains (fabrics) in the center arrangement of 19 hexagons that represent different resources: grain, brick, wood, sheep, and stone. I mimicked those designs in the quilting texture in each fabric type. From top left to right, pebbling for desert, brick for brick, elongating feather for wheat, facets for stone, and fluffy sheep outlines for sheep (in the unicorn fabric – didn’t have good sheep fabric!).
I’ve got a couple other tops done recently, and some smaller projects to tackle this week, so stay tuned for more!
- Used this past week: 3.75 yard
- 3.75 yd for Nursery of Catan
- Total Used Year to Date: 173.75 yards
- Added this week
- YTD Used for Charity: 25 yards (14% of total used)