The was on my design wall for a while this week, but the top is now done, and it's folded and ready to join the queue for quilting. Just need to find some backing fabric in my stash. This quilt is entirely made from scraps - even the sashing and borders were off-cuts from a backing on a previous quilt.
This is my quilt from Judy's scrap challenge this month - all set for her to give the call to "Finish those projects!". Definitely a fun block, but now I know why I haven't used my scraps - what a pain to pick and choose fabrics and pieces of the right size from a bin crammed full of bits. But I'm determined to join Judy in this challenge - whether I get a full quilt each month remains to be seen.
This quilt is 50x60, which is perfect for Victoria's Quilts, and it will head off as soon as I quilt and bind it (and a couple more).
It went through a number of variations over the day yesterday.
And it's just not speaking to me. I'd love some suggestions - I really love the fabrics, although they aren't playing together how I thought they would. And now I have all these little squares and no idea what I want to do with them. Don't let this become another UFO!
In the bottom photo I was thinking the little squares would mingle in
the center, all the colours mixed up. But I'm not really happy with the
heavy corners when I group all the colours like that.
Leave me a suggestion in the comments :) then head over to Judy's blog to see what everyone else is up to today.