Finishes x three

I think this is Vivid Grid # 3!  Top was made out of 2.5" stash fabrics, just pulled out the red, blue and yellow for blocks and beige background.  I was seriously short of yellow but a lucky find of yellow scrap bag at Periwinkle Patchwork solved that problem.  I enjoyed diagonal quilting this, quick, easy and looks great!
I have been on a quilting roll!  This charity quilt got made at camp in May from some already made eye spy four patches I found in my stash.  A fun musical print was used as sashing and a cheerful orange print that I purpose purchased to brighten this quilt up.
This Eye Spy quilt became very very blue, but I still like it!  I tried a white sashing and it just didn't work.  So I just went with blue.  It used more precut stash and a bunch of left over blue binding strips from past projects.

Hopefully it makes a sick child smile.
Happy quilting Sue.

5 comments:

  1. Well done! Three more lovely finishes out the door.

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  2. I love it when I find scraps in a store that are just what I need. I stuffed a scrap bag at a store last week that was just what I needed to make a table runner for my brother.
    Vivid Grid #3 looks great!
    Wonderful job on the charity quilts. I need to do more of those kinds of projects. I have two that need quilting right now, but I never get them basted. :(

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  3. You go girl!! Those 3 quilts are great and a bit of stash busting as well.

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  4. Great job again Sue, you inspire me to get sewing! Major scrap stash organising been happening here this weekend.

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  5. I like diagonal quilting too! It looks great and the charity quilts will be so appreciated and enjoyed.

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