Amanda Jean, of Crazy Mom Quilts, recently made this quilt for herself...
The pattern is Happy Hour from Atkinson Designs.
I'm planning to make my own version from these fabrics:
Which I picked out yesterday.
Since I don't have the Atkinson Designs book, but the design is so simple I just calculated yardage yesterday on my own. I can get two 9" blocks out of each 5 1/4" WOF strip I cut. So, with this assortment of 42 fabrics, I'll have 84 blocks. Enough for a twin size quilt.
Now. I'm on the hunt (in my sewing room, the local clearance racks, and online at Marshall Dry Goods and eQuilter for some backing.) I'd like to use my own fabrics to do Bonnie Hunter's (of Quiltville Fame) method of 10 1/2" blocks for the back, BUT since many of my fabrics are still packed (I actually had to open my purple and green boxes to find the fabrics for this inspired piece), I think finding some fabric cheap will be my better (quicker) option.
I'd like to have this quilt top done by Wednesday and quilted Thursday or Friday... will have to see when I can get an appointment on the local long-arm machine.
Can I do it?
Make a quilt (and paint a bathroom (also on my list for this week)) by the end of this week?