It's the end of another month,
not sure which one it is,
but never the less,
I knew it was time to share.
Anyone else feel like that?
Anyway, without further delay...
32" x 32"
My creative juices have been
feeling rather sluggish lately,
of Buttermilk Basin was sharing
her creativity with a fun free
spring time sew-a-long.
It gave me a chance to
pull out little bits and pieces of
sweet spring time pastel fabrics.
It was an exercise in
making do and using what I had,
but that was an okay good feeling.
The blocks finished at 4 inches
and were easy to do.
I plan on donating it to a
group at a local church.
So I kept the quilting simple, but I
had a tulip and heart stencil that fit the
My time saver for donated quilts is to do
a faux flange binding.
There are lots of tutorials available online.
Check them out.
I like the color accent it adds to the edge
and is the only way I can machine stitch
the binding in place and have it look good!
Note: If you are interested in the pattern
look on Stacy's website immediately. I don't think
it will be available for free much longer,
but then you could purchase it from her later on.
The other simple project
I finished was machine quilting a
delightful panel I had ordered
from Fat Quarter Shop a couple of
The message seems so appropriate.
It was fun to quilt by simply
outlining the cute characters.
Simple quilting was the way to go.
I got it in the mail today
for my grandkiddos in Denver.
Hopefully, it will be a perfect reminder for
actually, one for all of us.
Until Next Time-