I just finished this cute little quilt. It is a free Wiggly Whimsy tutorial I found on the Modabakeshop over here. I used strips to speed up the sewing.
I used two different white fabrics with dots for the background.
The dot fabric is leftover from these quilts.
The green border ties it all together with a pretty contrast to the white.
Washed and crinkled up.
I made a Chinese Coin Runner from the last few strips.
I think a colored binding would look nice next to the plain white borders.
A lady from the UK asked me to turn her Texas t-shirts into a quilt. She bought several t-shirts while staying in Texas for a while. She ask for random grey sashing strips and corner stones with a pieced Texas flag on the back.
T-shirt with sashing strips and corner stones.
I used the blanket stitch on my machine to sew the star down.
Finished back with flag.
I framed the blocks with a red border and binding.
Finished t-shirt quilt.
I quilted another t-shirt quilt. This one is a donation fundraiser quilt for our local High School's Project Graduation.
I love to quilt scrappy quilts. I like to share two tops I quilted for Cathy. There is wool batting in both of her Pinwheel and Star quilts.
Isn't this a beautiful Star quilt?
I have been working on two of my 1930 reproduction tops. Both the Brick and 16 patch tops are coming along nicely.
I got tired of adding these solid borders to the 16 patch blocks and was distracted by this cute pack of Marmelade charms. To stretch my charms I added a few fat quarters. I found this free Charm Plus Moda pattern over here.
With the Marmelade charm pack I also got this Honey Honey charm pack. I used leftover scraps from the Marmelade top and added a few more fat quaters. This is also a free Charm Tuesday Moda pattern found over here. To speed up the sewing again I sewed strips together and cut them in smaller units.
Fast and fun little top.