This is almost the last installment of catching you up on what I've been up to. I've got a tiny bit left to finish this afternoon, but wanted to get this part posted.
This is a crazy string quilt made from leftovers of t-shirt quilts. I made a similar quilt for a friend of mine several years ago.
I had made extra blocks so I could pick which ones I wanted - and always wanted to get those leftovers made into a quilt - and this seemed the perfect time.
I decided to quilt concentric circles. About half way thru, I wish I hadn't done it. But at that point I was committed.
It looks pretty good from a distance LOL!!
This quilt can be used either as a wallhanging or as a small table cover. It's made from blocks using Karla Alexander's book "Stack a New Deck". I love those books.
I did some straight line quilting - a little wonky. I wanted an organic feel - not too polished.
As usual, my pictures don't really capture the woodsy, outdoor feel of this quilt but this one is really pretty.
This is made from a jelly roll of the Martinique fabric line. I added fabrics from my stash (no big surprise) and it's done in the basket pattern from Scrap Basket Sensations.
There's a small piping around the binding that I think ties in all the colors.
Last, but not least, are some I Spy quilts. So fun!!! I made these a little smaller, kind of like an activity mat or a car seat quilt.
Some are for boys....
Some are for girls. :)
Once I finish this afternoon's chore, I'll summarize all this.
Have a great day,