I finished the binding on this Sashed Tumbler yesterday so I’m making good progress on the goals I have for the rest of June. Can’t you see how cuddly it is from the photo?! This is my 10th UFO finish for the year!
I finished the binding on my HeartStrings quilt yesterday so I’m making progress all the way around! I love how the freehand Baptist Fan quilting turned out on this one and if you missed the post with the information on how I quilt them – click here. This is my 8th UFO finish for the year!
One more finish to end April on a high note! This Happy Block top was pieced by Teresa and I brought it home from Maine to finish and donate. I put the last stitch in the binding today while the plumbers were in the house doing some work.
It still feels like I’m working at a slow pace but looking at what I accomplished in April I’m pretty happy. I traveled one week during the month and still accomplished everything below.
Another binding finished last night – this Happy Block quilt was pieced by Florence as a part of our HeartStrings project and quilted and bound by me. If you don’t have a bunch of novelty fabrics, it’s a really cute way to take one fabric and create a bright cheery kid’s quilt.
Pantograph is Steam
I have instructions for several different versions of this quilt on my website.
I love this little layout for snowball blocks – don’t they look like flowers?! I want to make a snowball and nine patch quilt next time I use this die.
Have you noticed that the quilts I’m working on are all child size? I’m trying to get together a batch for donation so I’m working through some of my smaller sized tops and this one just happens to be UFO finish #7 for the year! It’s nice to be a bit ahead of my goals since I’ve got a couple trips coming up in the next few weeks.
This little diamond quilt was made from Charm Squares as part of our Precut Party. I had one lone pack of squares from this fabric line so I decided I’d piece half square triangles from them and arrange them in a layout that created diamonds.