If there's one thing I HAVEN'T been doing much of the last few months, it's quilting! Which means I have a massive backlog of quilt ideas in my head.
But suddenly I'm on a roll to finish up all unfinished quilts before I start anything new. We'll see how long that resolve lasts, but I'm gonna try!
And I'm trying not to buy ANY new fabric either! Now that's a tough one.
So here's one that I just finished up and added to my Etsy shop. Simple squares of Anna Maria Horner fabric (9 inch squares I think) and I did a combo of flannel backing and tying rather than quilting. I also did a sandwich method rather than binding which completes the super-softness and makes this more a blanket than quilt.
It's very simple to finish a quilt this way, just make sure your top, batting and backing are all the same size. Then layer them right sides together, and pin around the edges. Sew around the edges, leaving an opening to turn the quilt right side out. Finally hand sew the opening shut and you're done!