One of the goals last week was to finish off the binding on Mosaic Mystery. The last of the binding was stitched down on Saturday evening and the last glamour shot was taken yesterday.
| Mosaic Mystery Quilt (Farfalla) |
designed by Cheryl at Meadow Mist Designs
Started August 26, 2019, Finished July 11, 2020
I've shown the label before. Farfalla is the Italian word for butterfly, as I learned from one of my light summer reads. It seemed to fit this project.
There's no plan for this project at the moment. Usually the Scientist in Training's roommate asks me to donate quilt to their fundraiser for the regional service dog training organization she works with. Since so much has been canceled due to the pandemic, not sure they'll have the fundraiser this year. But I've got that covered if it does go ahead.
Finishing up Mosaic Mystery was my July One Monthly Goal. I'll link up with Elm Street Quilts at the end of the month when that linky party opens up.
This finish is timely in that the next Meadow Mist Designs mystery starts this month. The fabric requirements were posted last week for the Morewood Mystery. The SIT helped me poke around in the stash last night. Here's where we ended up just before dinner last night.
The two blue florals have been in the stash for a while, as has the purple, green and blue print. Only the pink/purple fabric is recent. But they were all in the stash. I like the combination, but someone recently commented on the blog that my color schemes for many of my quilts looked the same. Case in point here's the fabric pull for Frolic (which is still on the design wall).
I do love how Frolic came out, so I don't have a problem with the colors. But do I want to play with the same color palette for another project? I have till August to finalize the fabric pull for the Morewood Mystery. I'm going to play in the stash a bit more to see what else I can come up with.