So glad to have 4 more finishes to show you today, and really glad to have them out of my closet! I have been showing you so many little baby quilts lately so I am going to switch things up a bit-these quilts are a tad larger :-) These will go to project Linus since they are small lap sizes.
This is a Villa Rosa design, I love those sweet little laminated cards. If you need a quick easy quilt you really need to check these out. For a while our local quilt shop was having a monthly VIP and we got a free pattern from Villa Rosa just for attending! But all good things must come to an end and she now has a different program.
I freehanded a curly half flower design on it. I had extra green 2.5" strips so I have a scrappy green binding.
This was a preprinted Mother Goose panel and I added the diamond red and yellow border along with the blue ones. This panel was really wonky so I had a hard time when squaring it up, so it's their printing not my cutting/sewing-just so ya know, LOL
A disappearing nine patch with butterflies, I used the Angel Wings pantograph to quilt it because it looks like butterfly wings to me :-)
And another preprinted panel. I bought this one several years ago, when I was pretty new at longarming, so I could practice Pam Clarke techniques and never did it till now. Since then, I have learned I like free handing all overs or doing custom block work with rulers best. So that is what I did-all ruler work on this one. I used one of Renae Haddidin's amazing arc's for the block, a smaller curved ruler for the flying geese border and a small squiggle ruler for the blue sashing. I did piece and add the top and bottom (red and yellow) half square triangle borders along with the blue ones so it would have a little more length.
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