I've been making Christmas quilts. Lots of them. And nothing but. They are finished. Christmas is past. Time to start something new. Since I can't decide what I want to do most, I'm just going to go ahead and start a bunch!
A couple years ago I made this miniature quilt (12" x 12") from some scrap 1" HST.
And another with these fabrics...
Figuring out which way to press is my biggest problem. HST always mix me up a little (sometimes a lot).
These pinks and greens will be pinwheels and four squares...
Pinwheels and four squares for these, too.....
The Periwinkle Lane blocks are getting borders and each one will be finished as it's own little quilt for the laundry room wall.
This top is heading for the quilt frame. I just can't figure out what to use for binding. It's from a charm pack and I don't have any of the fabric. Maybe I'll drag it to town to find something to match. Or use white? Have you ever used white for binding?
And I went shopping today with some Christmas money. FUN! I'm not sure what I'll do with these but they sure look good stacked up with my stash. The black and red and yellow print is a bit wild, but it kept calling.... I had no choice but to get it.
Add a couple of commissioned projects, a stripey-strippy quilt to quilt for a "first-timer", and another gorgeous blue/green quilt by another special first-time quilter, and I have just enough projects to keep me busy, and happy.