I've been using up my scraps left over from other quilts and projects. This table runner was made up with left over pieces of my children's college themed quilts, and now makes a great table decoration for their home as they are devoted alumni. It is adapted from the tutorial "Turnabout Granny Squares Quilt" by Jenny. The reverse side is the "Hexigon Pumpkin Table Runner" pattern from the tutorial by Jenny and Missouri Star Quilt Company, also created from scraps. My scrap pile is diminishing, slowly!
A young couple in our church had a premature baby boy born three months early at one lb. 3 oz. I made this bright quilt for him. Plenty to look at, feel the prairie points, and the bright green milky on the back is so soft. There is plenty for a baby boy's fingers to keep busy. The fabric line is Later Alligator, by Sandy Gervais as in the title. I used "Hooray" by Patric Loose for background. The quilting is a loop and 3 circles which looks like baby rattles. I made a matching changing pad with triple batting for softness. I used my go to Moda Love Star for the center adding longer borders and prairie points for top and bottom.
This is another quilt for the local nursing home. My aunt does bingo games for the residents every week, and the coverall prize is a lap quilt. I do as many as I can, those residents love their bingo! All fabrics were stash/scraps except the pink. I quilted this on my domestic Janome.
I made this for a friend for Christmas. It is a small hanging quilt - 12 1/2" x 12 1/2". I found the pattern on Connecting Threads. I was able to use fabric I had in my stash for this. Love how it came out. Good for the holidays and winter month.