My first attempt at stippling. 2 cushions later my stippling technique has improved.
Cushion using scrap wonky log cabin blocks.
Check out the finished cushions.
Quilt in progress.
Adapted from Oh Fransson Quilt-Along. My quilt is square with 5 x 5 blocks rather than 5 x 6.
I used Heather Bailey Freshcut range of fabrics. Check out Heather Bailey’s Freshcut Flickr group for other projects using the same fabrics and Quilt-Along Flickr group for quilts with other combination of fabrics.
Other scrap wonky log cabin quilts:
2 16′ x 10′ cotton fabric pieces
1 16′ x 10′ felt
1 4.5′ x 4.5′ cotton fabric for the pocket
18 ‘ matching ribbon
Fold edges of pocket and top stitch.
Stitch pocket to fabric around bottom and side edges. Then sew 3 small pockets from top to bottom for cutlery.
Place both cotton fabric right sides together and felt on top. Place ribbon folded in half in between the cotton fabrics.
Stitch all around the fabrics leaving a 3′ opening on one side to turn placemat inside out.
Turn placemat inside out and iron well. Top stitch close to the edge.
Roll placemat before storing away.
Another combination of fabrics.