I had a little spare time, so I put together a small donation quilt with some squares that were available at my quilters' guild. I decided not to put batting inside it because I used flannel for the backing and thought this would be a good summer quilt.
I also took the easy way out and turned it instead of binding it. Then I quilted with Xs across the blocks and used a fancy stitch for the edges. It didn't take too long and I hope someone will like it.
Here's my finished brown/pink basket wall hanging measuring at 38" wide x 48" long.
Close up of some blocks so you can see the quilting better.
The sashing was quilted with a very easy stitch which you can see in the pink between the brown triangles.
I'm going to hang this at a memory care facility that has asked our guild to loan quilts to help decorate the walls in their new facility. We will go their after our next meeting and take some wall hangings for them, which we will leave for as long or as short a time as we wish.
Friday I'm going on a weekend retreat for the ladies at my church. We're going to Lincoln City, OR on the beautiful Pacific coast. It will probably rain a lot, but hopefully we can get out to walk on the beach a little. I'll take a few pictures to post.