For my FNSI, I didn't make a pillowcase for the cancer cause, which I do feel guilty about. I'm confined to the house from a dermatologist procedure so I didn't get to go to the fabric store for a suitable fabric to use. But, I did have fabrics from my trip to Florida that I wanted to make into beach bags AND I had a jelly roll sitting in my sewing room that I planned for a new quilt.
I started around 5:30 pm since 1) I was home, 2) I'd already washed floors, cleared junk mail, sorted laundry, cleaned the kitchen windows, and 3) watched the movie "Something Borrowed" that my husband chose for me from the library knowing I was house-bound. I ambled up to the sewing room with a vanilla coffee in hand and made 8 quilt squares from the jelly roll fabric and planned the next two. My daughter picked the fabrics for two different squares so she was thrilled to be a helper. The fabrics are florals, paisleys, birds, and dots in pink, turquoise, brown, cream, and green. I'm not sure how I'm going to put the top together ye - I may put a white border between the squares to show them off? Or maybe together? And thoughts?