This baby size quilt is destined for Quilts for Kids and it is so close... it's quilted so now all I need to do is put on binding!
This one is also destined for Quilts for Kids. Obviously it's not as close to finished but since it is a small project I think we can whip this out before the end of Q2. I'm already thinking about how I want to put that maybe a modified Baptist's fan? Hrmmm, we'll see.
Pieces are cut and pinned, but I can't remember what the pattern was so I need to so some math before I can make real progress on this. Started this for a baby that is now 2 years old... yikes. I don't know yet if it will stay with me or be gifted.
5. Scrap-basket strip quilt-
That's a pretty unexciting name for one that I like so much... what should I call it?? These blocks are sewn, squared, and ready to go! I need to start joining rows. I haven't done so yet because some of the white strips in the middle are varying in widths and it will take a little bit of finesse to get things lined up. Thankfully now that I have a design wall I can lay things out without crawling all over the floor. So, no excuses, let's get this one done this quarter!
This is basted and has been since February. I need to conquer my fear of wrestling this bad boy under my domestic machine. Well, sister graduated last May so it's seriously overdue.
My sister and I picked up fabric for us to make matching quilts (same colored strips, but different neutrals). I am still in love with the idea of us having different but similar quilts, that we work on together. Our strips our cut, but the sewing has yet to happen. Sorry about the terrible cell phone photo. Trust me when I say those prints are CUTE!
13. Mod mosiac bonus quilt
I'm piecing these improv blocks to use up scraps. Since this is a 'bonus' quilt I am not putting the pressure on to finish it this quarter. I'll put it here though to keep me honest when I get tempted to start something new.