Since I have some finishes and quite some photos, I thought it is better to do two posts instead of overloading you with photos in one post! :)
This morning I got DH to stretch a line from the coconut tree to the neighbor's wall, for easier taking photos of the big quilts. This side of our garden faces East, and since the sun has to "climb over a small mountain" to reach this area, it should be one of the more convenient places to take photos out of the strong glare from the sun.
Second UFO finished is the Star Burst mystery quilt.
Brave enough to do FMQ on this one too! :) I have chosen Superior Thread's King Tut #1003 for the quilting, and I just love the effect the black & red thread does on the charcoal background! The reds look like small worms - lol! To enlarge, click on the photo.
Third UFO finished, is the Pinwheel quilt...
I wasn't sure I liked this collection when I bought it, but after adding it together with the white tone-on-tone for the pinwheels and the light, narrow border, I changed my mind; I do love it! :)
More practising on FMQ...
I have quite a bit to go before all the stitches are even, but as I have mentioned earlier; it is all about practising!
Fabrics used in this quilt is "Evening Mist" by Sentimental Studio (Moda). I've used one layer cake and some extra fabric for the border. For the pinwheels and narrow, light border, I have used fabric from my stash.
I still have an "Evening Mist" jelly roll, but have yet to decide on that one...
The baby quilt is not a UFO. I began working on it just after New Year, if not mistaken.
It's a scrappy quilt, all fabrics from my stash.
I've used blue, pink, green and white tone-on-tone for the background.
No fancy FMQ on this one; quilted in the ditch.
The last days I'm working on another UFO; the Jiffy quilt, which I hope to finish within 1-2 or maybe 3 days. :)