This past week I have been supper busy trying to get some major quilt tops finished and turned into my February Warm Wrapping meetup. Plus I finally got something done on my own major project.I got the center finished of my Picnic Under the Stars quilt. Now on to a small border and a larger border. It is larger than the pattern measurements as my star blocks unfinished are 11 inches. Right now it is approximately 63 by 83 and adding a 2 inch border and a 4 or 5 inch border will increase it even more. I love it, and can't wait to get it done and off to a quilter.
Tilda fabric scraps, and it didn't even make a dent in that scrap bin.
CONFESSIONS OF A FABRIC ADDICT
Great tops - really like the visual interest that the arcs provide on the third one.ReplyDelete
Great tops! That appliqued curve adds such great interest to the blocks!--TerryK@OnGoingProjectsReplyDelete
I love to see your Picnic Under the Stars, it's so pretty! Well done with the black and white log cabin blocks ;)ReplyDelete
Great job with the donation quilts, they all look soft and cozy.
Thank you for sharing, and linking up!
So many pretty quilts . Your Picnic Under the Stars is awesome. Happy quilting.ReplyDelete
The Picnic under the Stars is beautiful. It always feel good to make some charity quilts, helping others and making a dent in the stash too.ReplyDelete
LOVE your Picnic quilt. The way you surrounded the stars with the black/white print really makes them pop. You've been very productive!ReplyDelete
Picnic under the Stars looks great. Your other scrappy quilts turned out well, but Picnic is definitely the current star in your sewing que.ReplyDelete
Such a good feeling to use our scraps for quilts to donate isn't it. I really like your black and with with fun colored stars.ReplyDelete
The star quilt turned out great! I really love how the colored stars pop out with the dark gray and white background! Lovely! Good luck this week.ReplyDelete
Donnalee your Picnic Under the Stars quilt is absolutely beautiful. I love the contrast the black/white log cabin blocks and grey squares give to make the stars really pop. Great work on the charity quilts. They are beautiful and will surely make some lucky recipients smile and feel happy. Thank you for linking with To Do Tuesday. Hope your week is going well and you are smiling as you keep finishing these lovely projects.ReplyDelete
Beautiful tops. Not even a dent in the scrap bin eh? You know what that means...just need to make more! (I'm right there too!)ReplyDelete
What lovely projects! Donating twelve quilts this year to charity is a great goal and will certainly make a dent in your stash. Love your rendition of my Picnic Under the Stars quilt. Can't wait to see the borders you choose and the final quilting! Thanks for sharing on my weekly show and tell, Wednesday Wait Loss.ReplyDelete
You've been busy! What beautiful quilts.ReplyDelete
Productive week for you! So many great projects.ReplyDelete
Donnalee, I love your Picnic under the Stars quilt! But your others are fantastic too! Our guild asks us to do one donation quilt a year. I do have a couple to turn in tomorrow though.ReplyDelete