This little quilt was made from a Papillon charm pack and I used Lori Holt’s method for making four patch blocks.
The sashing between the blocks is cut 1-1/2″ x 4-1/2″.
After you’ve got your row pieced, measure the length and cut your long pieces of sashing 1-1/2″ x the length of your row.
I didn’t add borders. I should have quilted it heavier than I did. I will do that on the next one.
I like these fast and simple projects to make for gifts.
Connie’s quilt, Courage and Valor, sold in something like 30 seconds. The next time I do this, I will not respond to all of who who wanted to buy it but weren’t the first to email. If you don’t hear from me, you didn’t get it. Fair enough?
We’re all pooped tonight – I seeded the ditch after 2-1/2″ of rain yesterday – more rain is headed our way and I didn’t want to miss that opportunity to get my grass seed watered by Mother Nature. Haha! I think I should simply throw my rubber shoes away – I scraped them off with a putty knife many times but the mud is really ground in.
The beautiful fields of corn and beans are looking good today after the rain – as all farmers tend to say, “it was a million dollar rain!”
And this is on the longarm machine here – a very simple jelly roll 16 patch.
My quarantine is over tomorrow – yay!!! Just think how many projects I finished in the past two weeks! Quarantine is not all bad, is it?