The HST veterans quilt
Yesterday I got 2 more veterans quilts quilted. These are the last two for the month. My quilt top closet is empty!
I not only got this one quilted, I got the binding on it too. It's now moved to the finished quilt pile. I really love this quilt. I think it's very happy and it's made totally with leftovers!
Of course, I quilt veterans quilts in pairs so the second one is this one made by Betsy. I think it's a very masculine quilt that's perfect for many veterans.
Both of these were perfect for the quick and simple wavy crosshatch.
With the trimmings and another stack of batting scraps, I was able to get one more big dog bed made to take to my friend this evening.
7/22/2022 01:15:22 pm
That first one is just stunning - simple but oh, so effective.
7/22/2022 02:24:39 pm
Love the HST quilt. Your hand dyed fabrics paired with the gray look great.
7/22/2022 05:37:22 pm
My favourite type of quilts - scrappy ones!
7/22/2022 09:27:00 pm
That HST quilt is going to make someone very happy. I think you should make another one for yourself.
7/23/2022 06:10:28 am
Love the half square triangle quilt! A great way to use up scraps.
7/23/2022 07:46:03 am
The hand dyed/paired with gray is lovely. The colors shine.
7/25/2022 12:58:05 pm
Ok I am catching up on my reading> All the veteran quilts turned out great, that is a lot of soap, and those dog beds will be appreciated! You have been busy!
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I'm Vicki Welsh and I've been making things as long as I can remember. I used to be a garment maker but transitioned to quilts about 20 years ago. Currently I'm into fabric dyeing, quilting, Zentangle, fabric postcards, fused glass and mosaic. I document my adventures here.