I realized I forgot to share pictures of the Spider Web quilt after I finished quilting it. This is definitely one of the brightest quilts I've ever made -- you know, being such a "brown" person.
I always thought a Spider Web quilt would be difficult to piece, but Marit has made it painless. To see her tutorial for a foundationless block, click here. I made smaller blocks for this quilt, but I'll be making the 12" block next. Can't stop at one, right? This one will soon be on its way to Bumble Beans, Inc.'s BASICS Quilt Gather.
I haven't gotten very far with my Jelly Rolls. I unrolled them and added them to my stash of strips, and they're still waiting for me. I like to stack the strips individually and put them in clear shoebox-size storage containers. It's easy to pull them out and "audition" them wiith other fabrics. I'm sure you've noticed how some of the fabric designers will incorporate a color or two from an older fabric line into a new one. I really love it when they do. Combining the new and old prints makes the quilt more interesting.
Hope you've had a good weekend!