This is a small table topper from the Simplify book called Coming Home. I used a charm pack called Freebird for the blocks and a Kona solid for the blocks and border. This is another one where I had everything in my stash.
I stippled the middle and did some loops on the borders. This one is a super fast project. It can be put together in just a few hours. The final size is 36 inches square.
I have been using up stash fabric all year long. There seems to be no end, which is great! But also a little embarrassing. I had a bunch of this fabric set aside to make a quilt, just waiting for the right pattern. The quilt is pretty big! It is a good sized throw! The fabric is Simple Abundance by Bonnie and Camille. I also added a few other fabrics that coordinate. I love the way this turned out! I decided to do some cross hatch quilting, which took quite a while. The quilting lines are about an inch and a half apart. The quilting took much longer than the cutting, piecing, and sewing. But it suits the fabric and the pattern, so all the time was worth it.
I am still sewing through Simplify by Camille Roskelly pretty regularly, just haven't been blogging about it all lately. Hopefully I can get all caught up with the blogging though!
I used some Holly Jolly that I have had in my stash for quite some time. I love how all the squares look like Christmas packages. I added a narrow pieced border around the outside. When I to the outside border, I decided not to scallop it. I went back and forth, but knew some other scallops were coming up in the book.
I quilted loopy stars in the middle and stippled around the outer border. I bound with scrappy binding in the spirit of using up my scraps and leftovers. The back is a cream flannel.