At the very last minute, I have finished my one monthly goal for June. So glad to have a finish. I plan to donate this to a local shelter for hands to help.
My friend Linda brought a scrap bag to me.... I had found the tiger embroidery at a thrift store...I decided whatever I pulled out of the scrap bag, I would add to the quilt improv style. It has been fun. Some colors, I would not have put together on purpose. But, I like them together here. I think I saw a video on you tube by Beth Shibley from love laugh quilt that made a quilt this way. I started this in 2020. It didn't take long to make the top. But, my 'to be quilted" list is very long.
|the sun was funny for this shot|
|It is 40 x 45 and used 6 yards|
I quilted an easy large stipple so that it would be soft. I used leftover pieces from the scrap bag for the binding.
I am still digging out the freezer. I canned some hamburger and stew meat in onion for gravy. I can open this for a quick meal when we are too tired to cook. I still have some chicken I want to can and get out of the freezer.
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My aunt used to can venison in the same way, just so she could have it all year long. Lovely tiger finish! Great use of scraps.ReplyDelete
Your quilt is so cute - a truly Improv creation. Thanks for sharingReplyDelete