It’s not Sunday for a Stash Report or Monday for a Design Wall post, but I did have a very productive weekend and lot’s to show off. I finished quilting four small quilts and got the first part of the binding sewn on.
First up, a little preemie incubator quilt I put together with some very pastel blocks that I didn’t know what else to do with. I think it turned out pretty cute.
I free-motion quilted it with a large meander which was a piece of cake on a small quilt like this. I love the texture it added.
I bound it with some scrap 2.5″ yellow strips. Now I just need to hand sew down the binding and it’s done.
Next up is a Halloween wall hanging I bought as a kit some time ago. I only had to add the borders and binding, but I thought it was pretty cute. It’s completely finished now with banding and hanging sleeve.
I saw this Christmas Wreath using the twister blocks on the quiltingboard.com somewhere. Don’t have the link right now. I thought it was so cute and lots of fun to make. I have another one with the blocks put together but haven’t started the twister step yet.
It’s table topper size or a good size for a wall hanging. I did a small meander in cream on the light part and a larger meander in the borders. I’m leaving the pinwheels plain for the moment. I can always go back and do some kind of quilting there if I change my mind.
I’m really enjoying all these little quilts. They are so much fan, finish quickly, and so easy to FMQ.