Baby Quilts / Lap Quilts Part 4

Hooray! We dodged last night’s snow storm! Originally the forecast was a winter storm warning and an estimated 6 to 9 inches of snow, it went south of the Twin Cities.  So I was able to spend some time quilting instead of snow removal detail.

Time to catch you up on the Baby Quilts / Lap Quilts.  Yes, as soon as Roxie saw this quilt set together she said she wants one to use as a lap quilt and it will be the perfect size for a lap quilt.

This is how I cut the table runners into sections for the sashing columns, I just folded them a couple of times and cut 2 ½” strips.

Table Runners Cut

I cut the strips from several table runners and arranged them into sashing columns, staggering where the denim squares were ending up. This is the design wall audition for the sashing columns.

Table Runners pieced into sashing

Now to try everything out together on the design wall; block columns separated by the table runner sashing.  I love it!

Blocks and sashing on design wall

This quilt has been put together and is ready to load on the longarm.  I just have to clear off all the clutter that has accumulated on the machine and get going!

Pat

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