Quilt Finish

This week I put the final stitches in the binding of the quilt I have been making for a young member of our extended family. It feels really cosy and warm and I hope Nellie enjoys it as much as I enjoyed making it.
I used the Anne of Green Gables fabric by RJR fabrics. It has such pretty colours in it. I am happy to say I have some left over and I am using it to take part in a BOM, and I am enjoying it all over again.
A close up of the fabric.
Close up of fabric
Warm cuddle fleece on the back with wool batting.
Quilt sandwich
Completed and ready to go.
Completed Quilt
Linking up to
Finished or Not Friday at Busy Hands Quilts
And Finish it Up Friday over at Crazy Mom Quilts

My First Quilt – Disappearing Nine Patch.

I have been learning to quilt for the last two years. Yesterday someone asked me how many quilts I have made and I started to count. I forgot some of them so I have decided to start keeping count of them.

I’ll go back to list and share each quilt, mainly for my own purpose of remembering what I have accomplished.

My first quilt was a nine patch that is called a disappearing nine patch and I learned it from Jenni at the Missouri Quilt company.

I used wool batting and it is very cosy. I use it at the foot of my bed on colder nights, I pull it up to add extra warmth. At the time I didn’t realise I hadn’t quilted it close enough for the batting, so at some point I will need to go back and add some more.

Disappearing nine patch quilt

I love the colours, some of my favourites in this one. It was made with the RJR fabric Lovely by Debbie Beaves.

Completed in 2015.