I have a small finish to share. A baby quilt made for a special baby just born last two week. She is still in the hospital in the incubator, but she is strong and healthy. Hopefully, she gain enough weight and would be ready for the outside world very soon.
I followed the wonderful tutorial by Fat Quarter Shop for this quilt. It is called the Jelly Roll Jam II.
The process was very quick and it is definitely the perfect way to use up some of the jelly rolls I have. This one is by Riley blake, Seaside ...
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My fabric strips
can make the quilt in 45 minutes, she timed it!
Because I had smaller remnants, I cut ... read more
A few months back I took a leap of faith and bought a brand new
Gammill Statler Stitcher!!!!
I finished my first Jelly Roll Race quilt that I first told you about Jelly Roll Race - Tips From A Winner.
This was a great quilt and I know I'll do more in the future.
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This week brings another pile of new quilts hanging in the store as Deb and I have been busy sewing, quilting and binding most every evening to bring you new samples. I've posted before about this great quilt, but now we have some good final pictures where the quilt is actually bound and finished.
This was a great pattern from Pieced Tree and it uses pre-cut strips, you can't get any more simple than that! We used a Hoffman Bali Pop in Green Tea for our quilt top.