It’s not Monday … but after my rest this afternoon I decided I’d come down and sew when Keith went to bed. I finished assembling the Blue/Green Squares – It’s a simple quilt but not bad for leftovers.
I have so much fun with our HeartStrings monthly challenges … I was in Maine in April when Stephanie pulled leftovers out of the hat so I’m catching up. I had leftover pieces of fat quarters from this quilt I finished last year.
The blues and greens are beautiful- and if these are leftovers- bring it on! Always so satisfying to make something out of “nothing”. And yes- Finn is so gosh darn cute! He always looks so much younger after a trim. Does that work for humans as well? 🙂
Still love it. Maybe even more. Funny how the white border really highlights.
Nice use of those leftovers, Mary!! There’s always value in that practice, whether with food or with fabric. LOVE it!
Good morning Mary. Today is the first view I’ve had of your walk and stop quilt. I love it , and the leftovers have made a very sweet quilt. Did yoou put any notes on file for the Walk and stop quilt? I thought that would be a good one for my daughter’s cottage.
Really pretty quilt using leftovers and I read your previous post and I also use flannel on baby quilts. I don’t pre-wash and everything comes out just great.
It really is a beauty, in spite of being leftovers. Those are always soothing colors.