If it weren’t for One Monthly Goal I might not have done any sewing this month. For the first time in about 30 years I am not at all motivated to quilt. I have to admit, it was a struggle to meet this month’s goal, but I’m glad I did it. My ultimate goal is to move fabric and quilts out of my house so this will help a bit. All of these will be donated to Project Linus
The Quick Strippie quilt from maryquilts.com is one of my favorite donation quilts. It is a great size for kids, is quick and easy to piece and really showcases the fabric. I had several yards of this racing print in my stash so I assembly line pieced four using the same fabrics. There are basic instructions for many easy quilts at Maryquilts.com. Check it out the next time you need to make a quick donation quilt.
Awhile back, I was using up this Cat Nap’n fabric from my stash and cut out a few quilts. This go-around I pieced two more of them.
Then I pieced a Yellow Brick Road from Cat Nap’n.
This chunk of elephant print flannel was in my cupboard so I made two more Quick Strippies.
The 10th quilt was a UFO in the pile. This is a stashbuster in the Arkansas Traveler pattern.
There are still a few UFO baby quilts in the pile. Now that I know how fast they are to finish, maybe I’ll move them out by the end of the year.