This is flying along since I had all the HSTs sewn together as well as the star block centers already finished. It has not been ironed, but here it is so far.
Thursday, October 16, 2014
We are going to GA for the weekend. My husband will be working out of the house tomorrow, so I will be doing some painting while he is gone. I hope to post a picture of my progress on the hand-piecing on the Grandmother's Flower Garden quilt when I get back. I am driving until 6PM, then hubby is taking over. I see some hand piecing time in my future.
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
This is the beginning of my "Glory Bound" quilt. The pattern is by Red Crinoline Quilts. It will be 64" wide when sewn together. There are large pieces sewn together in the picture, but the whole thing is in chunks...not completely pieced yet.
I did the large HSTs as leader/enders for the past while, and they are all finished.. The small star blocks are also pieced. This will finish up quickly, I hope.
Sunday, October 12, 2014
I finished this today. I'll tell you, I really like it, but I don't want to make another one. I am selling my pattern and template (which, BTW, I bought from Jo Morton on an electronic yard sale). They are made by Primitive Gatherings. This is called the Itty Bitty Primitive Pinwheels. It says "10" square" on the cover. Mine measures nearly 12" square, although I followed the package directions.
From the back "Finally an easy miniature quilt! Follow our easy step by step directions to make this little quilt! It's as simple as sewing squares together, cutting them apart and then sewing them back together again! Use your scraps or 2-1/2" precut squares and start sewing today!"
If you are interested in buying this, it will be $10 plus whatever first-class shipping is to your place. First-come, first-serve. If I don't get a taker in a couple days, I will put it in my Etsy shop.
As you can see, I did not follow the color layout of the pattern. I just used lots of Thimbleberries scraps that I had. I would suggest using one of the small rotary cutters (with a blade about as big as a nickel) so you don't cut into the next square.
This is adorable!