My previous scrap quilt was made with all the fun bright scrap squares I cut. Now I had a lot of dark squares left.
Dark Squares Quilt
I had one yard of this colorful print that could be sashing.
I began sewing the squares to sashing strips.
Then cut them apart to sew them all together.
I wasn’t coming up with any good ideas to make this small pieced section into a larger throw quilt, so I decided it would be a lap quilt. It measures 52” X 43”
I let it sit on my design wall for weeks…..not liking it much. Funny how a thing like that grows on you and changes your mind.
It was fun quilting it once I decided how I wanted to do that. The length for the quilting was simple, just stitching from one end to the other.
To quilt across, I stitched across a square then turned the quilt at an angle to either stitch up or down to get to the next square to stitch across and then repeat going from one side of the quilt to the other.
Except for the outside border, every fabric (including batting scraps stitched together) came from my stash. How good it always feels to lighten the stash load!