No, it’s not low-volume, but I like the way this turned out. It started life as a short wide panel. I cut it apart and sewed it back together to make it a vertical rectangle. Then I added the fish panels (the very last of that fabric) and the shell borders.
I quilted on the seam lines, dark blue lines, and around all the motifs. Then I quilted waves around the borders.
I finished it with a blue and white diagonal stripe binding.
And don’t worry, I had it professionally tested. It passed.
I’m not very good at low volume. I really admire the neutral nurseries, especially the nautical ones. I just couldnt quite get there.
I had this pretty, pale sea glass fabric ready for the inner borders, but I found it blah. One final check of the fabric closet found the last of the fish batik, and they really wanted to swim with the whales. I think it fits just right, but it sure isn’t neutral, is it?
It wasn’t that I didn’t realize that yesterday was Sunday. I just couldn’t get these pictures off my phone. Sure enough, there they are today.
No, this is not one of my low-volume projects. I had made a leader-and-enders kit with old scraps (maybe twelve years old), and the blocks were ready to be sewn together and quilted. I backed it with the last of a very bright stripe from a line of road construction fabric. I used the last smidges of the stripe for the binding, but didn’t have enough, so I used my last strip of bar code stripe. It all used about three yards of fabric. I quilted it diagonally in both directions with yellow Sulky thread. I’ll be donating this to Project Linus.
This week: + 0 yards, – 3 yards
This year: + 55.50 yards, – 75.25 yards
Net destashed added in 2018: 19.75 yards
Hope you are well, and finding time to sew your stash.
Sewing happened! But just a little and not a finish. I’ve almost put together a baby quilt top I had been doing as leader-and-enders. When it’s finished it will be completely from (very old) stash.
What did happen this week is that I got a bug to to sew some things from panels, so I bought 11.25 yards from eQuilter. I think all of it was on sale. That took my numbers down a lot, but I’m finding the fabric inspiring.