A Little Quilt

This little top will be quilted and, with any luck, the binding on this weekend. Working with these repro fabrics in the small star blocks was fun. I may add a small border before I baste and quilt it.  As it is now, it finishes at 13.5″. I used the free Inklingo collection to print the shapes and the blocks went together in no time at all.

There’s enough of the striped fabric I showed yesterday for the binding on the Ferris Wheels quilt. Now I really can’t wait to finish the quilting and get to the binding. There’s still a lot of quilting to be done on Ferris Wheels, but I hope to get the majority, if not all, of it finished this weekend and get the binding on it.

I’ve changed my blog theme yet again. This time it was because I only realized yesterday that the widgets in the sidebar weren’t appearing on individual posts, but only on the home page with the theme I was using. I think this will be it for changes for a while.

Baxter seems to approve of the little quilt. As soon as we’re setting up to take a photo of anything to do with quilts or fabric, he’s right there to inspect.

Earlier in the day, we got this shot of him. His paws are getting bigger every day.

17 thoughts on “A Little Quilt

  1. What a fantastic little quilt. Love the use of the repro fabrics and the background shirting is perfect! Great job, friend. Love those MSKP’s.


  2. Wonderful little quilt! Baxter is checking to see if this is the one he wants to keep as his…time will tell. He certainly looks like a Yin Yang block when he sleeps!


  3. I love your quilts but even if I am busy, I take the time to check your blog so that I can see the latest picture of Baxter. He is precious. He is a Maine Coon, isn’t he? I would love to have one someday.


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