To start I have a baby quilt that is basted and ready to quilt. It is a modern log cabin quilt pattern using the Oh Deer line by Momo for Moda. I had never made a log cabin quilt before but loved the pattern, so when I had a whole bunch of leftover jelly roll strips from the On a "Jelly" Roll quilt I knew they should go into making some log cabin blocks. I simply kept sewing strips on (and sewing all of the scraps into more strips) until I had 4 approximately 15" blocks.
I gave them some white sashing to set them apart from one other and a multicolored border. I was able to get a great print (organic even) from Pink Castle during their last sale for the back. I think that I am going to quilt this quilt using a serpentine stitch which I have never done. (sorry about the pics, I had to take these at night after the kiddos went to bed)
My second quilt that I am ready to quilt is a charity quilt. As part of the Foothills Piecemakers Quilt Guild members make blocks, make quilt tops, and/or quilt the quilt. I did not make the quilt top but offered to quilt and bind it. I am going to use this quilt to try out and practice some new FMQ patterns.
Thank you so much for visiting my new little blog, I hope you visit again soon or subscribe :)
Linking up with WIP Wednesday!