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Quilting Projects

Here are my quilting projects to be finished:

1. Lap Quilt

A lap quilt that I have pieced the top, layered and basted. I still need to quilt and bind and post to the UK as this is a very late Christmas present.

2. Baby Quilt

A jelly roll quilt for my daughter (started off as a birthday present then was for Christmas, now just needs to be done and given) that has a pieced top and back completed. Still need to layer, baste, quilt, decide on the right colour for the binding, and bind.

3. Rainbow Quilt

An entire quilt of this scrapbuster block, which I made using this tutorial for the 4x5 Modern Quilt Bee.




I have a couple of 1.5 inch jelly rolls in Kona Solids so it will be planned scrappy unlike the blocks for the bee but I am looking forward to starting this quilt.

4. Vice Versa BOM Quilt

I have picked out my colours (still need background colour) for the Vice Versa block of the month 
starting soon over at Gen X Quilters. I used this inspiration board from Design Seeds.


5. English Paper Pieced Quilt


This project is almost four years old and started off as an ambitious queen bed sized size, then was revised down to a bed runner, and now set to become a cot quilt. A great project to do in front of the TV so I'm hoping to keep on top of this one this time around.




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