A couple weeks back I was the delighted winner of a wonderful giveaway celebrating Pat Taylor's tenth year of blogging at Thoughts from Taylorsoutback. And a few days ago a little package arrived in our mailbox. Isn't this the most adorable mini quilt!
Sorry about the shadow in the upper portion of the photo. That sweet pincushion accompanied the little quilt on its journey and now resides next to my Singer 201, the machine I generally use for piecing my quilts. I just love these cute little conversation prints in some of the quilt squares, so diminutive and sweet. Thanks so much Pat!
Next up is my mini for July. The hand quilting was finished early in the month and binding recently completed.
The quilting shows a little better in this photo of the back.
The front was made up of another quilter's excess or rejected triangle squares, still attached to their triangle papers, the border and sashings from small pieces in my stash. The back is part of the excess from a piece of wide backing fabric purchased for the Sherbet Jumble quilt, along with a frankenbatting pieced from several leftover pieces. Gotta love make-do!
I'll link up with Wendy at The Constant Quilter when she posts her end of the month mini linkup later this week. Til then, happy quilting and harvesting!