For July's mini I tried to reproduce vintage 9-patch blocks and combined them with 70s brown fabrics but it's not my favorite finish.
I had a small baggie of leftover blue squares from a previous project. August mini was quick and easy.
That led me to make another r/w/b little quilt . . .
. . . and yet another. The ideas just kept coming until I finally finished up that little bag of squares :)
Large floral strips and leftover triangles were combined for September's mini.
Me, modern?? I made the Spiral Log Cabin block for our guild's BOM but never went to the meeting. So I added a little pooch and checkerboard border for October's little quilt.
November's little quilt needed a little bed :)
It took 4 months to quilt Scrappy Squares. It was finished in November.
I get so much done when I'm in my sewing room at 4:30 a.m. I have a whole hour to sew to my heart's content before tackling the day. December's little quilt was the perfect way to end the year :)
Double Life is the last block in Barbara B's Antebellum Album Quilt series.
I found this original inking on Sandra Starley's blog Textile Time Travels.
I must admit I really enjoyed my inking journey this past year :)
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Here's to a fantastic 2019!
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