Saw this cute Free Pattern from Moda. I use 1930’s fabrics from my stash and added the light gray dots for border and a pink ‘30’s for binding with a light pink Minky on the back. I used a simple all over daisy quilting pattern with a light pink thread. This quilt too is for one of the young Moms at church. This was a fun, quick, and easy quilt pattern. Will have to make more.
HSTs cut on my AccuQuilt from scraps and a few purchased FQs. I decided on a feature block pattern by moving the HSTs around and quickly decided I wasn’t patient enough to make all the blocks so detailed. So, 4 patches were added in between to get the quilt to a desired size. Machine embroidered a name and gifted to baby Miller at a fun family event.
I had a quilt kit for a large ruby red quilt that I finished off. When I was done, I had a lot of fabric scraps leftover. I wanted to keep the scraps together, at least for one more quilt. I took some foundation paper squares I had left from a different project and randomly placed fabric on them. I put a strip of black down the long side of the triangle and paired them up. I then sashed each square and put it within a border. Even the backing fabric for this quilt is left over from the original! It's a throw size, but looks pretty good.
When laying out the blocks for the Memorial Day Quilt, I placed some of them the wrong way. I liked the different layout and decided to try it out in a quilt. It looks like ribbons to me so that's what I named it. Hope a child likes it.
The two panels (and the center of the tree) were Row by Row kits in 2016, produced by Cary Quilting Co. I bought them with the intention of putting them together, and they've been hanging out in the to-do pile for a while. A co-worker announced that his wife was having their first child - a girl. I asked, and was told the theme was "woodland creatures." I immediately thought of this. I appliqued everything and put some additional borders on to keep it from being too skinny.I quilted it myself. The couple really liked this gift for their baby.