I’ll do my cross-stitch post this evening if you are looking for that. Then on Saturday, there will be an auction here on the blog. If you’ve been waiting for the community quilt fund auction, you only have to wait one more day. I have quilt kits, vintage tops, jelly rolls, vintage blocks, and pretty vintage feed sacks…oh, and Prairie Schooler Santa Cross Stitch charts too. You’ll want to see it.
Now to today’s post a quilt finish:
I’m a firm believer that quilts, to be a great quilt, need to have at least one of two things going for them…
In rare cases, the two combine and that is truly an amazing quilt.
Today’s quilt finish is focusing on the color aspect as there’s not a lot to the design…in fact, it’s the easiest design ever. A simple charm square design.
This quilt started after Donna sent me some charm squares that were all batiks. I thought I would use them as a leader and ender project and sew a simple charm square quilt for charity.
I wanted to make a bigger quilt so I dug into my own batiks and started looking for any fabrics that were smaller than a fat quarter and any fabrics that weren’t my favorite. A quilt like this is a great place to hide some undesirable fabric… Continue reading