I missed the deadline in March for posting a goal for A Lovely Year of Finishes. And I almost missed it this month, too! But, here I am, just in the nick of time. This program is such a great motivation to get projects off the shelves and completed - thank you Shanna and Melissa!
So, for April I am going going to get this darling little baby quilt quilted up and bound, ready for a new home.
I had the center finished for awhile, but wanted something a little snazzy for the outer border. I found this great design from Cotton & Steel and I think it works well.
Today on the frame I have this very fun quilt that just puts a burst of spring into the room! I love the star pattern on this one. The backing pieced with the same fabrics, and it will be an awesome quilt for my client. I'm just quilting an edge-to-edge tight floral design. It should make it puffy and comfy cozy when washed. And it makes me smile, so it's all good!
We're supposed to get a week of rain and snow, which we desperately need. So I plan on getting lots of quilting done. What are you up to this month?
Quilting with a smile,
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