Simple scrappy 9-patches set with various low volumn squares worked up quickly. It just waited for enough fabric for a border, back, and binding (all the same) . I picked that up at a recent estate sale and now this lovely is finished.
It's been rainy and cold, so photos had to be taken inside - especially with a very white quilt. This is the pattern DOGGO by Lorna @ Sew Fresh Quilts and was offered to those participating in the Hands2Help 2021. This worked up so fast that it could easily be a day project, but I did the cutting and piecing one day and quilting/binding the next day. That worked in my schedule of Mom's care and house needs.
The purple has sat on my shelf for a long time and I don't remember where it came from - time to use it up. There was just enough for the heart around the eye and the back. I think I had a small strip that was cut down into my barrel system. The binding was pulled from the 'left over' binding drawer - just enough (sweating).
I'd like to make another Dog quilt with a tan backgroud and blue (or maybe green) accents. If you are looking for a quick baby quilt - this is it.
I need to take a day to update the blog and side bar - so many new things going on that I am missing - but I like to share. At least with the cold (and rainy) weather, I am in the mood to quilt some long waiting tops. My piecing is only getting done on Monday from 1-3 when one of our sewing groups comes in, but a little is better than none.
Keep stitching and stay safe,