One More Pandemic Scrap Quilt
One more. This is the fourth scrap quilt made during the pandemic. I admit I had to purchase a few low volume prints to finish it up. So happy with how it turned out. This might be picture overload. :)
I quilted it with the Lithe pantograph and used wide backing purchased from Keepsake Quilting.
This one is made with 2" finished neutral squares, and 2" finished four patch blocks using lights and medium/darks, set on point. Took a while to complete, but oh, so worth the time and effort.
I made strip sets using 1 1/2" cut light and dark, so I could put together several four patches at once. This method was much easier and faster than cutting all those.......>2400 1 1/2" squares.
I moved it around the porches getting lots of pictures.
And for your viewing pleasure, here is my Fourth of July porch quilt show.
This beauty is a block of the month named American Heritage made back in 2008.
Still one of my all time favorites.
The little quilt on the left is one I made from a block I created for Quiltmaker's 100 Block magazine in Summer 2017.
Hope all of you have a wonderful and safe Independence Day!