The color for RSC18 was yellow/gold in April. After I made my very simple regular blocks, I wanted to make a doll quilt to use up some more scraps. I've had 4 of these hexies leftover from a quilt several years ago. It was finally time to put them to use. I made 5 more, and a doll quilt was born.
I made another version of this quilt last year, and gifted it. Then I decided I liked it so much, I should make another. It's from Gail Pan's Christmas book.
And shortly after I began stitching this, another Gail Pan pattern was published in the Primitive Quilts magazine. I was instantly in love with it.
And last but not least, an altered version of a Pam Buda Prairie Women pattern. We had 8 people in our Prairie Women group, and most of us decided to make this smaller version of the original quilt. In my sewing room, the sashing was gold, but outside in the daylight this morning, it somehow turned green!
We escaped to the Smoky mountains for a few days, and as usual, were just in awe of the natural beauty. Here are a few of the highlights.