Coming off my design wall

is my second scrappy St. Anne's baby quilt top for this month.  That makes two now from the same scrap bag.  The only thing I pulled from my own stash was the yellow fabric.  I had to make some liberated four patches as the yellow strips had to be 3 1/4 " wide in order to get four of them from the piece.  Then to avoid a math dilemma I just made the next border's four patches 3 1/2" square and trimmed 8 of them to fit the 3 1/4" size on one side. I should have taken an 1/8 off two parallel sides and that would have made them look less liberated But then again maybe not.  Used up a lot of little scraps.

I'll turn it in next Thursday and have them sandwich and tie it. Then someone will take it home to bind. We have a working meeting after prayer and "show and share".

It's raining here - just the right weather for hand stitching in the warm living room.  I'm attaching my hexie donut to the center now.

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Comments

Clare M said…
Hi Angie, you are doing well. I like your maths solution. It's a great group you have going making these lovely wee quilts. Hexies look good too. Hugs Clare
margaret said…
another sweet baby quilt have not tried tying a quilt before maybe I will have a go on a small piece.
Deanna said…
Angie, I love the scrappy 9 patch/ 4 patch baby quilt for St. Ann's!!
So sweet!! A future mother and baby will love it! Hugs!
Another really cute baby quilt.