You know that feeling of panic when it suddenly hits you just how much you have to achieve in a very short period of time? When you realise that you've been saying "yes" to way too many things and the silly season is almost upon us.
After the initial panic, I did what I always do, I sat down and wrote myself a list. Somehow the 'to do' list seemed a lot more manageable in that form. I started to pick things off the list one at a time. Unfortunately some things were waiting on fabric arriving so although urgent they couldn't be started on. Other things although important did not have a deadline and the work on the In Flight patterns is on going.
I decided to get the swap quilt made and out of the way.
Deb for help and between the two of us we came up with a plan.
I have gone a bit left of centre with this mini quilt, I am pretty sure that my partner won't guess that it's for her. It's a bit cuter than I would normally do and creating the rainbow of colours definitely showed me where the gaps are in my stash. I hope that she likes it and understands why I chose to make this particular quilt for her.
I have called the quilt "Odd Socks".
As these socks have been proving very popular on instagram, I decided to release the pattern nice and quickly. I have sewn enough of these to be confident that the pattern works. Each sock measures 4" x 6". The pattern contains templates for both a left and a right sock. Three potential mini quilt layouts are provided, but feel free to use the pattern as you wish.
You can now find the Odd Socks Pattern in my Craftsy Store.
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