WIP Wednesday - April 18, 2012

The snow is finally gone and the grass is starting to turn green and that makes it hard for me to stay focused on quilting projects. Saturday was the local Dalemead Quilt Guild's annual Stone Soup Day, where we all get together and work on quilts that will be given to local charity groups.
Scrappy strips - donated
Above is a baby quilt/toddler quilt that I donated from blocks received in the Scrap Busters Swap. The green border is a reproduction print that I already had and the backing is a flannel, also from my stash! We had a great time, so much fun that I forgot about taking pictures until we were packing up! By then all the quilts were put away!
3x6 Bee Flickr Swap
With a fresh week and a clean design wall, the rest of the 3x6 bee blocks were put back up. These are the quilt blocks that were primarily blue and white and I framed them with a blue print fabric that I was hoarding had in my closet. It is a good size for a baby quilt, but on the wall, I thought it wasn't the right mix for a baby. I've pulled out an assortment of blue fabrics and will be adding to all sides of this quilt to make something at least lap size. Stay tuned to see what happens next!
Dr. Seuss baby quilt
And yesterday I was working on the Dr. Seuss baby quilt - it's all quilted and the binding just about finished. Last week, I missed my WIP Wednesday, but I did finish another baby boy quilt, took a couple photos and put it up for sale.
Baby Boy Quilt with Minky back - FOR SALE
Thanks for all your comments! I really appreciate hearing from all of you!
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  1. Scrappy strips is my favorite. I like the setting for the blocks.

  2. congrats on all your work! Scrappy quilts are so much fun. :)

  3. The baby boy quilt with the Minky back is so cute. The fabrics you used are wonderful:)

  4. The six blue and white blocks would make a lovely wall quilt.....


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