I managed to quilt for several hours yesterday and got a couple of projects completely finished! Binding, sleeve and label are all on and completely finished - woot!
"Twisted Sixter Table Topper" from the Let's Twist: Pinwheels . . . Fun, Fast and Easy companion booklet to the Twister rulers. This quilt is completely from my scrap heap and used up quite a few scraps. Anything over 5" square and in the brown family got cut into 5" squares and put into this cute little table-topper! I machine quilted this using a beige rayon thread in a swirling pattern to accentuate the spinning motion. I'll be doing another few of these for sure. This size with a boarder added on would make a perfect baby quilt.
Twister that I started the other night. It is also completely finished, bound and labeled. I just love the contrast between the dark and light fabrics ~ it really creates a lot of motion and visual interest I think. I also love that this quilt was from a block exchange that happened over a year ago! It's nice to get those 4-patches into a quilt and made into something useful.
This quilt is also quilted in a swirl across the pinwheels and feather in the blue boarder in a tan colour rayon thread.
I'm really enjoying this ruler and I can't wait until my 10" Twister comes in so I can start playing with the larger pinwheels.
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