This month, I have issued myself a personal challenge of quilting my stack of unquilted tops. To read more about my progress, here's the initial post.
Today's theme is Kate Spain! It's no secret that I'm a big fan of her fabrics, and I've made at least one quilt in each of her collections. Central Park is one of my absolute favorites. Quilt #9 is a Flying Geese lap quilt using my Mother Goose and Baby pattern.
I still have a lot of this fabric collection on hand -- it's hard not to hoard it!
Quilt #10 features a newer collection, Honey Honey. I had some leftover jelly roll and charm pack pieces, so I used my Hip to Be Square pattern and some white background fabric to make this large lap quilt:
I really love the way these collections pop on a white background!
Quilt #11 is from a new pattern I'm working on. I used selected fabrics from the Terrain collection...
...plus a little Central Park on the back!
That brings the total number of flimsies left to quilt into the single digits -- only 9 to go!