Just in time for Mother’s Day

I made another quilt.

It’s not finished yet, but the top has been pieced together.

It’s a quilt I made using ten inch white fabric squares and fabric markers.

I supplied my nephews with the squares and markers and they designed 12 unique designs to incorporate into the quilt.  Here are two:

I sewed a simple window pane pattern around the squares and I must say, I think the quilt turned out lovely.

It was really simple to do and I followed only the pattern in my head to make it.

Took just a few hours for me to pull together.

Here are the supplies I used:

Ten inch cotton squares (also known as a layer cake):

If you’d like, you can also use five inch cotton squares (also known as a charm pack):

Fabric markers – get the ones with fine point and chisel point tips for drawing lines and filling in space:

Add a little love and magic and voila!

You have yourself a charming quilt.

Just in time for Mother’s Day, I might add.

3 thoughts on “Just in time for Mother’s Day

      • That makes sense. I have several hanging quilts mum made that are so dirty from dust. I keep thinking tossing them in the dryer might help them out a bit. I do know you aren’t really supposed to wash a quilt. That is why I always put a sheet over top of any on the beds to help keep them cleaner. Granted, you couldn’t see them, but they do last longer!

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