My Celebration quilt from a recent workshop

A guild that I belong to hosted a workshop with Debbie Bacon of Bacon Bits and Pieces this month.  We worked on a small QST project where we were supposed to perfect our piecing for these very small units and create a Red/White/Blue patriotic wallhanging for the holidays (or substitue any colorway of your choice).  Susi came through with her promise that all attending would get one of her crazy little garden flags and they were all so cute!  Getting ready to post this, I realized somehow the last few months photos are just gone from  my phone camera!  I'm so glad I recently transfered about 1000 photos to my computer so all that I'm missing are maybe 2 months of photos that are now gone forever.  No photos to share of the class... but some of my favorites that others worked up included one in brown batiks, pastels and my very favorite was done Amish style with black background.

The little quilt is on the frame and hopefully will be quilted today.

Each star block finishes at 4.5".   Lots of seams which I tried to deal with as best I could.  Perfect piecing, no... but all in all it went together well and I'm pleased.

Kadie, my quilt inspector.   She was so cute but as I tried to take the picture she knew she was in for trouble and laid her ears back....


Nancy said…
This is a dynamic little quilt. And yes, lots of seams! Cat-inspection seems to have gone well and that's always important.