Yesterday, I finished a baby quilt-sized top that is made out of 4 - 15 1/2 inch improv slab blocks. It was fun finding all kinds of pink, green, yellow, and purple fabrics to try the slabs with. I think my favorite is the purple, which I didn't think I would have enough of since I hardly ever work with purple. Who knows where it came from? I think my stash is reproducing on its own!
With the white sashing and borders, this quilt has ended up to be about 40" x 40". It was fun to just start sewing pieces together without a real plan, other than the size of the blocks. My plans is to practice some FMQ on it, and I want to donate it somewhere, so I can participate in 100 Quilts for Kids by the end of September.
On another note, I was the lucky recipient of a prize from the August Linky for the And Sew ON BoM. I got my choice of three patterns from Kristy's (of Quiet Play) Craftsy Shop. Of course, I had to ask for the Just My Type letter blocks. I can't wait to try them out, maybe for a wall-hanging or a gift for a friend. Thanks, Kristy!
I'm linking up with Needle and Thread Thursday!
Great job on the slabs! I've never seen them with sashing before. I like it. And it's the perfect project to practice FMQ on.
I love improv, and adding the sashing was a really cute idea!
I'm so glad you linked up with Needle and Thread Thursday!
:) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation
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