Last week I really pushed myself to finish bindings so I could get my stash numbers back in line. Lots of time in the car helped and I was able to get this one finished on the way to the airport but I had to wait until I got home to take the picture.
The pattern is called Charity by Villa Rosa Designs and it is made with cozy flannel stash fabric. I just picked a prints that would coordinate with that cute little Debbie Mumm Christmas print. Normally, I don’t do inner borders weird like this one, but I wanted the outer border cut from the length of fabric and I was just a little bit short so I had to do some improvising.
The quilting is super simple freehand dwirling.
Pat in Appleton says
I love this one too! I have so many leftover pieces of flannel from backings that I’ve done (I love flannel backs), all pretty much in earth tones, of course. All I have to do is pick up a neutral flannel for the every-other blocks, and I could do a little number like this one. You have so many great stash busting patterns. (I so enjoy your work.)
I love it! Sometimes simple is the best. I like the borders, actually.