Last year I made 6 charity quilts to the children's ward at my local hospital. This year I am pretty relaxed about making quilts for the hospital, I'll just make one when I get in the mood, no pressure concerning numbers.
I had quite a few novelty prints in my stash and decided to design a block to show off these fabrics. The block is 10.5" inch square unfinished.
I decided that it would be too busy with only this kind of block in a quilt, so I added squares of another fabric in between.
This is the finished quilt. The near solid-looking blocks makes the design look calmer.
The backside of the quilt is pieced together from Debbie Mumm panels.
I quilted it with a free motion design of daisies and loops on my domestic sewing machine.
I made this quilt in seven days from start to finish, that's a pretty quick one.
The quilt is approximately 40"x50", and will be a great quilt for a small child. This is the 21st quilt I have donated to the hospital during my quilting career, and it will not be the last.
Linking up with Finish It Up Friday .