Last night during the Friday Night Sew In I finished up the quilt top for the Charmed Prints Quilt Along. I am really proud of this quilt top!
It’s not perfect and has some visible errors—two of the pieced blocks on the end of a row were a little too big and points had to be cut off to accommodate the sashing. But most importantly, I used stash fabrics to create this quilt (the backing and binding are yet to be completed):
- charm pack I won two years ago and forgot the name of
- polka dot sashing I bought on clearance from Connecting Threads
- floral “Whimsy” fabric for the border
- blue Heidi Grace (from Joanns) fabric for the binding
- Kona aqua solid for the backing
It is true that I ordered the butterfly and heart fabric from Fabric.com the week of Thanksgiving, but overall I did a good job using up fabrics from my stash. And what’s most important is I think they look good together. There are some projects that I’ve made that I’ve never shared on my blog because they are just…not blogworthy! Using fabric from my stash is sometimes a real challenge for me because I like the look of all the prints from a collection and am usually less than satisfied with the outcome when I try to pull different fabrics together.
The sashing is actually while with tiny aqua polka dots, which I like immensely!
Luckily, the quilt does not need to be completed until 12/20, so I’m going to be putting it away for now and working on a few Christmas gifts that I need to get done.