Both of these hangings are finished. And they will look square when I sew down the hanging sleeves and press them a little. These string blocks were fun to do. The blocks were 6 1/2″, and the quilt finished at 24″ square. So much fun to quilt small projects! All the fun and none of the bulk dragging on your shoulders!
I practiced swirls in the “sky”, and did a leafy vine in the border.
The feathers in the leaf at harder to see. I like them, but I should have added an extra layer of batting in that area to make them pop. I’m still happy with it.
The Fall Cabins wall hanging turned out very well, too. It’s 32″ x 40″. Someday I’d like to make a larger quilt like this.
Remember the plan on EQ7? Occasionally, I scan in fabrics and do a care full design. Usually, I just do it this way, to get a rough idea of the values and any secondary designs, and to check the math.
I quilted straight diagonal lines in brown Bottom Line through the dark areas, and used yellow Sulky for feathers through the lighter areas.
Now I’m at work on a couple of things, including the Scrapitude Mystery Quilt that Sandy is sharing with us on Quilting for the Rest of Us. It just started, many people haven’t cut their scraps yet, so you can certainly join in. Several of us on Twitter are doing it, #scrapitude. Great stash buster!
Can’t wait to see what you finished!
I’m linking up with Finish it up Friday at Crazy Mom Quilts.
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