This quilt from Canoe Ridge Creations came together so quickly and beautifully – in fact, I made it all in one day! Here are a few more looks:
Polka dot binding!
This quilt is for Beloved Atlanta and I am so excited that it will be going to one of their residents when she graduates and starts her new life.
Yet another WIP – the Times Square quilt from Vintage Quilt Revival. Since this photo was taken, I’ve started quilting it and I love how it’s turning out! Can’t wait to share photos of the finished thing!
Linking up with Freshly Pieced for WIP Wednesday.
When I saw this print in Red Hen Fabrics, I knew it would make an adorable mini quilt for my Oma, who loves turtles. And how cute is the red + teal? I’m loving how this cute little guy turned out and can’t wait to send it off to her.
The happy yellow quilt top is pieced and basted and ready to quilt. Here’s a sneak peek:
(Sorry for the fuzzy ipad picture!)
It’s backed with a cheerful solid – Kona Berry – which is a bright contrast to the front. I think I’m going to love it.
I tried a few different free-motion designs and I think I’ve finally settled on how to quilt it. Hopefully this is the last time it will be featured as a WIP and by next week I will have finished quilt pictures to share!
See Freshly Pieced for more inspiring WIP posts!
I’m working on a Swell quilt – pattern from Camille Roskelley’s Simply Retro – in a collection of cheerful yellows and golds.
Here are trimmed quarter-blocks:
And a completed block:
Freshly Pieced (www.freshlypieced.com) actually inspired me to start this blog because of her WIP Wednesday post!