Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Project pile Is down to one!

The second crayon quilt, Box of Ten, is finished. 

Can you see the boxes of crayons? It is such cute fabric.

The quilt is 42" by 48" and has Dream Cotton batting. I used Aurifil thread for the piecing and quilted with Coats and Clark Egyptian Cotton Star multicolor machine quilting thread. You can see is has fall colors.

The back of this donation quilt uses the rest of the crayon box fabric and the last two big crayons.


I am binding a quilt and there is a quilt rolled on boards ready to pin. That leaves one quilt, yes only ONE, in the project pile and it needs an idea - I just have six sailboat blocks.

Now, if I'm totally honest, there are a few leader/ender quilts that have been started. However, in this pile, there is only ONE And that means I get to start something new!!! 

I have a couple of baby quilts that are high on the list. And I have some ideas and fabric pulled for a few donation quilts. And I just joined the Free-Motion Challenge Quilt Along with Angela Walters. I need to make that quilt so I can practice my free-motion quilting and learn new things. If you are interested, you can find everything on Facebook. Look for the Free-Motion Challege [sic] Quilting Along page. Maybe I'll see you there...


  1. I adore your quilt! Those crayons look so real! Well done!

  2. Super cute and love your back of the quilt. Love a great finish before you get to start a new one.

  3. Those are SEW cute!! 6 Sailboats? How about 5 on the front and 1 on the back? That's what I would do, if not in the mood to make additional boat blocks.



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