Saturday, May 2, 2015

Finally something gets finished

This wee little quilt was a paper piecing test for Janeen at Quilt Art Designs (here). I finished it up with a couple of borders and it is now a good enough size for a small Project Linus donation. I was disappointed in my central yellow star because it rather disappears so I stitched around it with a dark orange and it shows up a little more. The border was a scrap piece donated to the Scrap Bag Quilters that I thought was perfect...oranges, limes and lemons.
The daughter of one of the Kincardine Sunset Quilters is quite technically talented and she made labels for us to use on our donation quilts. All we have to do is add the year.
My two other finishes this week will have to wait. One is a pattern that will debut in the Timeless Treasures booth at the spring Quilt Market and the other project will debut as part of the Stripology2 book that is coming out at Spring Market. I merely tested the patterns for the designers. Piecefully, Joanne
Edited to Link up with Cynthia at Oh Scrap!
Edited again to link up with Janeen at Quilt Art Designs


  1. What a juicey little quilt, Love it!

  2. The border was made for this quilt. It is such a happy little quilt. Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap!

  3. Sometimes not seeing from a distance, but finding a feature up close is fun. I imagine your star shows well up close. Visiting from Oh Scrap!