In short, it was a great quilt along hosted by Debbie at a Quilters Table, which I used to showcase my lovely text prints. And because I don't have the right type of fabric for the front of postcards, I used solids and added interest with free motion quilting - my first time attempting this motif - not my last!
Here are my other finishes:
The Mini Medallion: I purposely chose a colour scheme outside of my comfort zone, i.e. no green. And I love it!
A Cross Cushion - I free motion quilted lines in each of the block, alternating horizontal and vertical and left the cross unquilted - I absolutely love the texture!
Tula Pink Modern Alphabet Mini: I loved the lap size version of this quilt, but that much white in my house - nope! So I shrunk it and it now hangs on the wall.
Swooning in a Crowd - this started as a plan to make nine mini swoons but I got bored half way through so just randomly pieced the rest of the fabric together - it made my head hurt! I've called it Swooning in a Crowd because you can barely find the Swoons - disappointing as they take so long to piece...
Buggy Blanket II - using up the remains from buggy blanket I. Again - a little lacking in contrast...
Nested Churn Dash - I made this quilt beginning to end in one month - I fell totally in love with the design the fabrics and the quilting!
My Tula City Sampler Cushion was a practice run before I quilt the full sampler. I might be my favourite finish of the quarter!
Arabella Hexagon Quilt II - I'm writing this up as a pattern so needed to make a second version as I gave the first version away...
Siblings Together Quilt - I got the bee quilt finished - I just need to get it posted now!
As a mummy who sews I felt I really should make a dress for Mia. And matching knickers!
And finally a fabric basket for the big stitch swap!
The things I didn't finish were my Skill Builder Quilt and my Sisters Quilt - both of which were not realistic (but a constant reminder). I tink these will now have to wait till next year before they reappear. I had a hexagon project I had cut but not really started. I haven't touched this. My big City Sampler is also untouched - I've been having issues with my machine and free motion quilting, so this needs to be fixed before I tackle it.
The final project which didn't get finished was my Mix Tape block. I've now pieced 15 blocks and got them together and this quilt has a purpose so I'm hoping to finish it very soon, but it will have to go into next quarter as I'm still waiting on the fabric I need to make a fabulous quilt back!
How did you do?