WIP Wednesday

IMG_1978

 

Moving right along with my UFO’s, this one not quite so old! I created a free beginner quilt pattern called Strawberry Jam when I started my blog, but (*wincing in shame*) I only made the top. It is a pretty simple pattern for beginners who want to make something bigger, but don’t need to get crazy. Actually it’s not just for beginners, but it is easy! A quick fun project with a modern feel. Here is the free pattern: Strawberry Jam.

I made this quilt from generic stash, but some of the strips are from a jelly roll, Odds and End by Julie Comstock for Moda.

I love polka dots and a big pool of fresh binding

Well the binding is ready to be bound, and I am going to try a “new to me” technique using a zig-zag stitch to finish the binding. We will see…

See ya Friday for the next block in the Virtual Quilting Bee!

Keep it Sassy

(Links: WIPWednesday@FreshlyPieced, WeDidItWednesday@SewMuchAdo, QuiltStory, NeedleandThreadThursday@MyQuiltInfatuation)

Share Button
Print Friendly
Share this article!

Comments

  1. This is a darling quilt. Love the stripes and dots galore together!

  2. Polka dots make me happy! Very cool!

  3. Cute….keep plugging along. You are such an inspiration to me!

  4. I love dots!

  5. Love your work, Paula! The strawberry jam pattern is so cute. And I’m with you- a freshly ironed pile of binding is such a pretty sight! Thanks for linking at Needle and Thread Thursday!

    :) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

  6. That binding does look yummy, I look forward to seeing the finished quilt.

  7. love polka dot bindings! and simple quilts, too.

  8. Cute, cute pattern! Love those polka dots too. It’s amazing how those quilt tops can pile up. I’ve got quite the stash of them myself. Making new tops is just too much fun.

Leave a Comment,