The blue and green circle quilt, inspired by the tutorial at Make it... a Wonderful Life, is finally done!
Detail of some of the circles - all raw edges sewn down with a zig-zag stitch.
My favorite is this fabric with the little houses and trees - I bought this on Etsy and it actually came from Hong-Kong. My first international purchase! (And maybe my last... it took forever to arrive!)
The border is pieced from the remaining fabrics - love how this turned out and it wasn't as much trouble as I thought it would be.
The inside is stipple quilted, the borders are not. I like the way it makes the quilt "pop" and I love the crinkly goodness.
The binding and backing is the same fabric from the carseat quilt. And I still have A BUNCH left, so I imagine you'll be seeing more of it in future projects.
This is my first pieced back - using some of the leftovers from the borders. It's not very dramatic, but it works. Although... I do have to admit it's a little crooked. How do you get them to line up straight?
I love this one and can't wait to snuggle up in it this evening.
And you know what? I have a clean slate right now, no unfinished projects (at the moment... give me an hour or two!).