Last year, I participated in the Focus Through the Prism challenges at Project Quilting. I managed to get all of my mini-quilts finished, even if I didn't get them bound in time to ship them for the show.
This is a king-sized quilt I made for my bed at home. It features blocks from a panel from the Communique fabric line by Wilmington Fabric. The blocks in this quilt are various sizes of wonky log-cabins, along with a few HST and 4-patches for the smaller blocks.
A quilt I made, at my sister's request. It's being gifted to her best friend who is having a baby in a few weeks. I made it for her at cost, with the condition that I get a photo of the baby with the quilt.
For this quilt, I used the Squares and Strips Bed Quilt Tutorial over at Cluck Cluck Sew. I've made several other quilts using this pattern, though this time I chose to do the blocks at 1/2 scale.
I just finished my Christmas themed crazy quilt! Finishing at 48"x72", the quilt is comprised of 8" and 12" blocks. I started this quilt last fall, but when it wasn't finished by Christmas last year, I took a break from it. I finally picked it back up a couple months ago, and this is the finished product. I'm very proud of how the quilt turned out, and can't wait to hang it up for the holidays.
I'd love to know what you think! Please feel free to stop by my blog to see more photos and find out more about the quilt.