1. Piecing the Scrappy Asterisk baby quilt.
2. Quilting the Scrappy Asterisk baby quilt
– Not even started.
3. Knitting October washcloth.
Another fun washcloth knitting experience. If you want more information about this project, check out my previous blog post Here.
4. Piecing Craftsy BOM.
This month the blocks are flying geese and half-square triangles to use as fillers in assembling the sampler quilt. I am not creating a sampler from the blocks I made so I passed on this month’s exercise. I did, however, work on two other Craftsy BOM items from previous months.
I did free-motion quilting on my applique Flower Basket block.
I also turned my Tumbling Blocks block into a baby quilt by designing and piecing a border of smaller blocks. For more information about this, check out my previous blog posts, Here and Here. The quilting is partially done.
There are several other quilty projects I worked on this past month. For example, a friend donated flannel pieces, enough to make 10 boy and 10 girl baby quilt backs. Then I was given a whole bunch of fabric from an estate sale. In that box of goodies was 9 baby quilt fabric panels, most of which were from Daisy Kingdom. I spent the better part of a day washing and ironing the fabrics and matching up the panels with flannel for the backs. So now I'm ready to make donation baby quilts as soon as I get the batting.
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