I have a few work-in-progresses to update you on:
1. Grande Scrappy Tiles
I have a pattern called Scrappy Tiles which looks like a randomly pieced top but is a layer cake pattern which contains baby, toddler, and lap sizes. I have been asked multiple times if the pattern can be enlarged to a twin or queen size. The pattern can be used to create larger sized quilts, but the number of fabric pieces starts to get a little ridiculous.
Therefore, I decided to create Grande Scrappy Tiles, using the same block pattern as the regular Scrappy Tiles but making 24" square blocks instead of 12" square. The result is the same great scrappy look using many fewer pieces (and only 16 blocks for a queen size quilt) with cutting instructions for 1/4 yard cuts and fat quarters.
Here is my queen size quilt top that I made using the April Showers collection by Bonnie and Camille along with some coordinating solids and prints. Once this is quilted and bound is is going on my bed (the last bed in the house without a homemade quilt).
2. Sea Star
This is one of my oldest work-in-progresses, the first block being shown on the blog a full year ago. The quilt uses Kona blue plus signs and creates stars as a secondary pattern. I am excited to start quilting and finish this one up, right now I am planning on using an all over open swirl pattern.
3. Plus Plus
I have a new pattern coming out in coordination with my stop on the RJR solids blog hop on April 26th. The baby and lap size quilts are finished and the pattern is with testers right now. Here are just a few sneak peeks of the finished quilts, a baby size and a lap size.
I am very happy to link up with Let's Bee Social @ Sew Fresh Quilts, Needle and Thread Thursday @ My Quilt Infatuation, and WIP Wednesday @ Freshly Pieced.