I wasn’t planning to take part in The 100 Day Project this year. However, with everything that is happening at the moment, I thought a bit of structure and connection to the outside world could only be good.
I’m going to work on a Seedlings Quilt, which is the sampler quilt from Jodi Godfrey’s English Paper Piecing book. It’s going to be bright and scrappy – and I hope it will be a gentle challenge for 100 days.
I’ve started with the Yarrow panel in Ruby Star Society Speckled and Alison Glass Stitched.
I spent some time yesterday cutting out the Honeysuckle pieces. There are over 30 pieces in each Honeysuckle vine, so an ideal opportunity to use up some scraps. Cutting up scraps is one of my favourite things to do – I love that feeling of having used every piece of a cut of fabric!
If you’d like to follow my progress, I’m dottie_doodle on Instagram, #100daysofseedlingsquilt
The 100 Day Project is a free art project that takes place online. Every spring, thousands of people all around the world commit to 100 days of exploring their creativity. The idea is simple: choose a project, do it every day for 100 days, and share your process on Instagram with the hashtag #The100DayProject.