It seems like I've been away from blogging for a long time, and I guess it has been. Recovery from covid and Lyme disease took quite a bite out of my energy level, and that is still not where it was before they struck. But I'm finally back to doing a bit of quilting and have finished another donation quilt destined for the annual camp benefit auction.
"Puffins and Penguins" - the second edition of black and white triangles finished at 72x72 inches. I'm thinking of billing it as an I-Spy Quilt for All Ages, there's a lot going on in many of the prints. I do like working with the equilateral triangles, though when cutting directional fabrics every other cut results in an upside down pattern. Not really a detriment though since if the quilt is flipped around on the bed, there's always a lot of prints that read right side up.
I think I prefer seeing it with the black triangles pointing up, don't know why.
There are a few older prints in this, dating likely to the 1990s, though I think most are newer. I think that little medical/stuffed animal print in the top row in the above photo might be the oldest one. You can probably spot it if you enlarge the photo.