Now that I've finally finished making the quilt labels, I'll probably finish binding my stack of quilts fairly quickly. Today I finished two more.
First up, I finished the Lake Cabin quilt I made from my scrap bin. I started this one last fall as a leader-ender project but a few weeks ago I decided to spend an evening working on it and that was enough to nearly finish it.
|This was quilted with the Crystal Gem motif|
available from Quilting Daily.
This one is likely to get donated to Comfort Quilts, but I haven't decided yet.
Next up, I also finished binding the crib quilt I made from the Aged Elegance fabric leftovers. I blogged about the quilting in early February so I won't repeat all the information here.
|This was quilted with the Sharron edge-to-edge|
pantograph from MyCreativeStitches.
This one is only crib size so it will likely be gifted as a baby gift someday. Or I may just donate it to Comfort Quilts later this year. I have a goal to donate 12 quilts this year.
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Your quilting choices are perfect. Love the palette for the crib quilt. Such soft, feminine colors. Takes me back to my college years when dusty rose was popular - celebrating my 50th reunion, soon.ReplyDelete
Yeah, this fabric isn't something I'd buy these days, but I got a set of the fabrics more than a decade ago and I'm happy I finally used up most of it.Delete