Sunday, July 19, 2015

This Minecraft-style quilt is almost done ...

This quilt is ready to quilt ... It's for my youngest son, who's a big fan of the Minecraft video game. (This one's made of T-Shirt fabric, backed with fleece ... Super cozy!) I find it fun to put together the bits and pieces that look not only quilt-y, but also Minecraft-y!

Friday, May 15, 2015

Next Up ...

This quilt is next up to be quilted. It's a twin-sized Minecraft-style fleece-&-T-shirt quilt. Probably, it will be for sale on eBay soon.

This is a fun style, and I love the soft coziness of the fleece and T-shirt combination!

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Flannel and Blue

I found the most adorable blue flannel remnant at the store recently, and thought how cute it would be as a little quilt!

The little gray and blue elephants on the flannel are just the cutest! I had some T-shirt fabric squares in matching colors, so a quilt top came together pretty quickly.

Now, the big question ... Should I back it with fleece, or with batting and backing? We shall see ...

One Thousand Eight

As of right now, this quilt top has One Thousand Eight little squares!
This one started out as a Leaders and Enders project, but once I got excited about it,I got busy getting it done.
I'll probably add a border or two next ...

Friday, May 8, 2015

Anti-procrastination day ...

This week, I tackled a couple of things I've been needing to finish, or send, or return. It feels good to get that last step done! Really, I should probably assign myself at least one "anti-procrastination day" per week!

Monday, May 4, 2015

Still knitting ...

I've been knitting this pair of socks for a few weeks ... I mentioned this pair in an earlier post


I've just gotten to the part where the heel increases start ...

Thursday, April 30, 2015

A thousand little squares

I'm in the process of sewing together over a thousand little squares ...

It's impossible to say for sure what this one will become, but so far, it's looking like a twin-size quilt, and I have high hopes for it.

I've got all these little squares ... A rainbow of solids, (and prints/stripes/batiks that "read like solids", as quilters like to say), with a variety of whites ... They're all cut at 2 1/2 inches, to finish at 2 inches.


They're all sewn into 4-patches, and each 4-patch is sewn to another. (Is there a name for that? 8-patch? 2x4? Half-a-16-patch? No idea.)

Look for more pictures of this one later, when more progress has happened.
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