Samples. Samples. Samples.

There’s a lot going on! With Sew Sew Modern filling up quickly and the Twelve Days of Christmas starting, I still needed to finish up my samples for my Fall classes. Drumroll please…
The BABY voile quilt for Sew Original Boone! Made with lots of Tula, a little Anna Marie Horner and some Free Spirit solids. Free Spirit voile solids are pretty impressive. They feel wonderful and come in a gorgeous rainbow. Voile will be so soft for a baby!

The Wonky Star for Sew Original Winston!! The guru has already requested this come live with her once it is done “touring”. These colors are very much “her colors”:) I’m just glad my family wants my work! I used Amy Butler Soul Blossom for the centers and every blue, teal, aqua, lime and yellow charm I could find for the star points. Most of the pieces were from swaps, so I had only one 5×5 charm or one 10×10 piece. This made it especially scrapaliscious! Still need to quilt, but the top is finally done:)

And another Color Theory wall hanging! No matter how many times I make this, it’s different each time. This one is going to Sew Original Winston! Kudos to Anna at Six White Horses for her amazing block design! And check out Bluprint Textile’s sweet tutorial!! This wall hanging is also for the guru; I’ve been promising her one;) Aboriginal dots is an all-time favorite print of mine; the warm grey/taupe really makes the color wheel pop!

I’m also loving how all the straight line quilting looks with the star on the back!

And I’m just past halfway on the voile quilt for Sew Original Winston. It’s also Tula with a little AMH and solids. Each one is so unique!

I also started putting these fun little tags on my quilts! Spoonflower had a free fat quarter promotion and I ordered my logo on twill and cut them apart. I’m excited to put these on all my projects from now on!! They’ll be fun for swaps.

I am off to finish the voile top and quilt some wonky stars!! What have y’all finished lately?
xo LC

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