Filler projects

Children’s quilts make great filler projects for those times when I’m not ready to dive into a more involved project, when I don’t feel like quilting or binding, when I’m getting ready to travel and have a limited amount of time.

I finished this little top today and although I’m tempted to play with borders, I’m going to leave it as is. It’s about 40×54 which is a good donation size.

And since the view from my window today was rain rather than snow, I’m happy to be heading for Vegas tonight where it promises to be sunnier!

10 thoughts on “Filler projects

  1. Marilyn

    that quilt is gorgeous! Have fun in Vegas partying the new year in! I’ll be jumping into the new year from my living room sofa 🙂 Fun none the less!

  2. Finn

    A very pretty and cheerful top Mary! I think it’s perfect just as it is. Have a wonderful time in Vegas! Come back soon and safely. Hugs for a happy and healthy new year, Finn

  3. Millie

    Mary, I love your bright drunkard’s path quilt. Did you use the go cutter? Great filler quilt and I think that is all I can make. Super fast and easy quilts. lol

  4. sue

    Well, you got out of town just in time – sounds like that part of the country got a huge snow storm. The green and purple quilts are great – how many does that make for 2010?

    Happy New Year – and remember – “what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas!”

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