Though I thought about it a lot, no mini quilt was completed in February, and the next one will likely be on hold for another month or two.
This piece has been nagging on my mind for the past several years, namely what to do with it!
A piece of batik, though extremely heavily waxed and stiff, 18 x 12-1/2 inches, purchased several years ago at a thrift store. The pencil lines outlining the figures are clearly visible, and it seems to be an original of some sort, but what? Searching the internet several time over the years has yielded no clues as to its origin or its potential value - maybe no more than the dollar paid for it. It does soften up a bit when pressed with the iron but the stiffness returns as soon as it cools, so I'm thinking it will be somewhat difficult to stitch and have no allowance for errors in machine quilting.
But, I threw it up on the design wall a couple weeks ago right above this motley grouping of leftover HST's, and immediately saw a couple possibilities.