A while back I wrote out some finishes I wanted to complete by the end of September. I am not very good at finishing up things so I thought it couldn't hurt to see if setting some goals would help.
Believe me, I am willing to try anything to get me focused on completing some WIPs!
I am so happy to say I finished an item on my list! This adorable little quilt finished up at about 35 x 40. It is one of the quilts I made from scrap pieces I received from a friend.
Pretty much all the fabric in the top of this quilt was destined for the deep dark depths of a closet and I just couldn't let that happen. So home they came with me.
Here is the quilt the scraps came from fresh off my quilting machine. I think the above triangles I received were cut away from the heart blocks.
I tried to talk my friend into giving me the whole quilt but she doesn't seem to want to part with.
The pattern for this heart quilt can be found in the Sew Red book. It is a pattern submitted by Tula Pink, who is also the designer of those lovely fabrics in the quilt. The book was written in support of Women's Heart Health. There are some great projects by a number of talented designers. It is definitely worth taking a peak at.
And if you make the heart quilt, don't toss those scraps!
Sharing this great finish with Needle and Thread Thursday at My Quilt Infatuation, Finish it Up Friday at Crazy Mom Quilts and Whoop Whoop Friday at Confessions of a Fabric Addict.