I ca't believe I have actually finished a quilt. It's not a big quilt, but it's a finish. I wanted to make a quilt for the Mary Potter Hospice, after I saw that Shay had made a couple of quilts for this wonderful cause.
This quilt was originally intended to be a gift for someone, but after I had started sewing it together, I realised that it probably wasn't quite right for the intended recipient. So the pieces languished in a box for over a year. I wanted to make something quick for the hospice. As you all know I am the queen of procrastination, and usually take years to finish anything, but I remembered I had the blocks half sewn and pulled them out. These were cut from a layer cake and I can't remember for the life of me the name of the pattern, but it was a free one I found on the internet. I can't remember the name of the fabric either, other than it was a Riley Blake line.
I quilted 1/4 inch either side of some of the seams, and also added some random lines to make sure it was quilted enough. The hospice prefer the quilts to be lightly quilted so they stay soft.
Now I just need to wash and dry it so it's all nice and crinkly and send it on it's way.