Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Another Finish for August

This one looks very similar to the quilt I showed earlier this month (see my post here).

(click on the photos to enlarge)

It's basically made with the same fabrics, except that the white has multi-colored polka dots on it. Again, half-square triangles.

Here's a shot of the pieced back...


And a couple of closeups of the quilting...just random wavy lines...



And another shot taken outdoors...


This quilt is made mostly with fabric that I bought in 2013 and some donated fabric, so I can't say I used up too much of my pre-2013 stash. Only the polka-dot fabric comes from that category -- a measly one yard.

Like the other flannel HST quilt, this one is destined to go to my guild's current outreach project, our local foster children's program.

4 comments:

Suzan said...

This quilt will make some child very happy. It is darling!

Amanda said...

This is really cute! Nice work.

Heather said...

How sneaky using those half square triangles, I wouldn't have known if you didn't tell us. Very pretty.

Vivian said...

Quilting for charity / organizations / guild projects -- that's one of my favorite kinds of quilting. I'm using up fabric I might not otherwise use, I'm having fun making it, and someone is going to appreciate what I make. I don't have to be fussy or perfect. That's a winning proposition for sure.
Lovely quilt!