I finally (finally, finally, FINALLY!) have gotten a start on the winter wall hanging for my daughter's office.
She looked through some of my pattern books and came up with this Pineapple Block pattern that she liked a lot. This is a (poor) photo of the quilt from a page in the book. Not very good, but I think it'll give you an idea of the basic pattern. I'll have to do some re-figuring to make it the right shape to fit on her door, but that shouldn't be too difficult.
The pattern is in this book by Darlene Zimmerman.
I searched through my stash of blue fabrics and came up with these to use. I also pulled out an assortment of whites and off-whites that combined with the blues should give a feel of snow and the chill of winter.
So far I've got a running start on the first nine blocks of the pattern. They're going together rather quickly and I'm eager to start on the other block that makes up the pattern.
It's great to be back at the sewing machine again and seeing a quilting project taking shape.