I took this pile of stuff and made a quilt.


It’s a whole cloth quilt meaning that it isn’t pieced at all.  I used 1 1/2 yards each of two 60" wide fabrics.  The green gingham is on one side, the floral on the other with a nice layer of cotton batting in the middle.  I spray basted it with 505 to save time and then did some free motion quilting.  I evened up the ends and set it aside.  This part took 2 hours.


I cut the pink and green polka dot into binding strips, pieced them and then pressed them using my clover bias tape tool.  I zig zagged the binding on.  This wasn’t ideal.  It would have looked way better hand sewn, but time was of the essence.  I had to rip it out a couple times.  This part took 1 1/2 hours.  Then it went in the washer and dryer, got boxed, wrapped and dropped off for my neighbor’s baby shower this weekend.


A quick and highly satisfying project.  And pretty damn cute, too.

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