We had our first snow for the year on Mount Wellington yesterday. For those of you who have never been to Hobart, Tasmania (Australia), Mt Wellington provides a spectacular backdrop to the city of Hobart and stands tall at 1,271 metres . If you click on this link, you can view many more images of this beautiful mountain.
Yesterday, I finally made a start on my quilt guild’s (TMQG) Prism Challenge.
Each bundle consists of five fat eighths of a colour (of varying shades and tones) and a fat quarter of a common background neutral fabric. From this bundle, we have to create a “Prism” mini quilt, 15×30 inches, to display at our TMQG’s booth at the upcoming Quilt Exhibition held in Launceston in July.
I drew myself up some basic triangle templates,
and decided to try some paper piecing with my orange tones. This is what I have come up with so far although I’m not really sure where I’m heading…?!
I’ll keep you posted! Deb 🙂