Monday, February 03, 2020

Parts and Piecing

I have worked on several miscellaneous projects recently.  I have a Block of the Month I have been trying to catch up on and I started a new project but I am not sharing those photos yet! 

However I did get a couple of tops made.  The Leprechaun one was a kit for a shop sample.  It was super fast and easy.  The clovers are pieced.

For many, many months I have been making 6" finished nine patches with an alternating block as a leader/ender.  I used Kaffe Fassett fabrics leftovers from other projects with a Kaffe blue dot background.  I have more blocks, but decided this would make a great size for a donation quilt to Camp Erin, a camp for grieving children I have volunteered at.   Now to get it assembled!
 This is a closeup.  The background is light blue, not gray.

 This came to me already cut with the Quick Curve ruler by Sew Wonderful.  It is the Urban Abacus pattern and I had made one previously.  It was super easy to piece, I love not matching the curves!  The background is a white with turquoise pin dots.  I will send it back to it's owner for quilting.

That is what I have for this week!

Linking up with Design Wall Monday.


Ramona said...

You have some fun, brightly colored quilts being made at your house. The St. Patrick's Day wall hanging is adorable! I love the pieced clovers.

Sally said...

I love the variety of quilts that you make. The Modern Abacus is a pattern I'd like to try, and of course the scrappy 9-patch & alternate block look fun too.

Jennifer said...

Wow, lots of neat projects on your design wall - love the colors, pattern, and planned recipient for the Kaffe quilt. I also enjoy the Quick Curve quilts and love how the blocks make up and fit together so well.

Donna said...

Hey Cuz - just lurking on your blog checking out what my most overachieving relative has been up to. I continue to be in awe! Keep providing the inspiration and someday I might get that Christmas quilt done that I started 10 years ago :) Donna