For some reason, this one makes me think of the Caribbean. A comment left last week on one of the sunflower posts about the quilt being of different seasons of sunflowers has me thinking about possibly arranging the blocks by season when they’re all done. If I do that, this one would definitely be a summer one. It’s one of my favourite batiks. I was so glad I had enough of it left to make a sunflower.
With each one of these that I make, I’m finding it’s faster and faster to stitch. It used to be around a 4 or 5-hour stitch. Now I’ve got it down to about 3 hours from start to finish, including grading the seams and pressing.
Seams graded and the Caribbean summer sunflower pressed.
“Who Left the Porch Light On?”
He was stretched out on his kitty tree watching the gardeners out on the roof garden yesterday.