Yet another scrap quilt from my bottomless pit of a scrap bucket. It doesn't look like your typical log cabin style quilt, but that's the method I used to construct the blocks. I squared them up with my 9.5 inch square ruler, added sashing with "points" and a scrappy border. It measures out at 43x43, which is fine because I already have a gazillion throw size quilts, and it's nice to make one for the fun of it and not worry about the size. Before the binding was finished, I was already pulling fabrics for the next quilt. It seems my sewing mojo has returned. I even dusted off the old featherweight.
In between quilts, I'm working on my Farmhouse shawl. It's a very relaxing knit, nothing too challenging for a newbie knitter like me. I have this month to finish it up as it doesn't cool down properly here until October and I'm looking forward to wearing it.