Welcome to 2018…the year I actually get my act together and post more of the quilts I have finished and share more of the work I am doing. I am determined to get back into good habits…
To that end I am going to play catch up and share some of my finishes from last year starting with one of my favorite quilts that was made during the PMQG Charity Sew Days last year….
This quilt was made using hundreds of mini charm squares of Elizabeth Hartman fabric. Elizabeth is a member of our Guild and very kindly donated the fabric to the charity program.
The quilt is made of two alternating blocks – one starts with a patterned square in the middle and the other starts with a white square in the middle. I love the overall pattern these blocks make.
The colors from her fabric lines works so well together – we have bits of Rhoda Ruth, Paint Box basics and Pacific lines all together. I must admit I am waiting for Robert Kaufman to make a wide-back fabric from her butterfly fabric.
My quilt helper on this overcast day was my cousin who was visiting from Australia. Claire was battling with the size of the quilt and the wind this morning…
As always thanks to the army of people who help make these quilts… the volunteers that show up to sew, the wonderful long arm quilters who quilt these big quilts and to Elizabeth for her generous donation – last year we backed 18 quilts with her fabric, thanks to her donation.