I suppose it is inevitable, isn’t it? Many of us need ideas on how to use our scraps or pieces to make quick and easy charity quilts. Let me show you some common ones I use or HAVE used. 1. Simple squares in two colors For example, yellow and green or pink and purple - here are two of my early
Are you a fat quarter collector? I love fat quarters and tend to collect them when I visit my local quilt shops. This particular bundle from my favorite quilt shop Crimson Tate was just too cute to pass up. I love the colors and the pirate theme in the prints.
Finished this I Spy quilt last night. I just did a simple stitch in the ditch with a fun squiggle down the sashing. I have 2 bolts of this yummy dark chocolate minky... ...and since it is for a little boy, I cut a piece for the backing. I explored my thread colors and finally came up with this So Fine thread called "Sagebrush"t hat really blended with all the colors. I used it top and back, because it never shows your color on minky anyway.
The Little Fawn fabric line by Dear Stella makes the cutest baby quilt ever!! I think I need a bolt of each print so that I never run out and can make a baby quilt for every baby that comes into my life. The critters are darling and the colors are warm and cozy - perfect for rocking and cuddling. The quilt design is inspired by the simplicity of my Simply Done pattern. The background strips are narrower and the main print pieces of the quilt block are a bit shorter. They might be a tad too…