Here are (some of) my quilts in various stages of completion. In the back two lap quilts for my daughters (so that's at least one thing they don't *need* to quarrel about) both in an easy and quick 'cross' design. The bright quilt top on the left (for my oldest daughter) is finished, the forest coloured one is for my youngest and that is nearly finished too.
Spread out on the floor is my so called 'Winter Palette' quilt which I started uhm.. well last Winter. I started quilting it (so it's really nearly done!) in January I think, but wasn't sure about the loopy Free Motion Quilting I did on ca. 5% of the quilt. So I kind of abandoned it for a bit. Maybe I need to unpick the quilting and simply quilt it with straight lines...
In the back on the left is a Bento Box Quilt in progress. I made up the measurements of the strips etc as I went along. Naturally I forgot to write them down and now I first need to work out those details again before I can make more blocks. *sigh*
Next to it is the (in)famous Scrap Vomit Quilt! Quilt top is nearly done as well. Just need to sew some blocks and rows together but somehow progress on that is incredibly slow! More about the Scrap Vomit at the end of this post. :)
In front is a stack of Granny Square Quilt Blocks. Not in a real hurry to finish that one though...
Apparently I like making things with squares so I really need to try something new on a next quilt, because I can always add another project to the ones I'm already working on, right? ;) Actually these are not all the quilts in progress. I have a 'Disappearing 9 patch' quilt that has 'disappeared' right to the back of my fabric cupboard and my oldest half finished quilt has just turned three.
|These are actually some of the nice squares from the basket!|
Update: Katy has offered an extra lot of yummy Scrap Vomit 2.5" squares. Woohoo! These will be send to one of the three winners :) Thanks Katy!
P.S. these are all hand cut squares so while I always aim to cut them at exactly 2.5" some might be slightly bigger/smaller.
P.S. find the 'how to' for the Scrap Vomit quilt on Katy's blog.