So, sewing continues!
First project that is finished is my mug rugs celebrating Canada's 150th birthday. Fun project that I picked up at the sewing show in March from a cute little booth called Quincy's. They are from Alberta and I loved the projects that they had kitted up for sale.
Then I finished off a half square triangle preemie quilt that was made from the leftovers with more made and added from the zig zag quilt in my last post which was a Connecting Threads kit.
When I finished making the slab quilts for the Great Canadian quilt bee, I decided to make some quilt of valour blocks using the same technique. A piece of Canadiana in the block and scrappy strips added to create 15.5" blocks. A quilt made from these will go together quickly and who doesn't love using up fabrics from their scraps?
Plus, my 150 women's blocks.
And, last but not least, I finished off a quilt made from inspiration that Cluck cluck sew demonstrated on her blog earlier this year. A simple block made from leftover 2.5" strips. I used up a lot of my purples that were hanging around in my sewing room in Arizona.