I'm almost caught up on all my pre-Christmas sewing. I have one more quilt to share. I guess that means I need to get busy basting my quilt tops.
This is a very simple quilt and came together pretty quickly. I wanted stripes and I wanted to use my solids. I love how it turned out.
I've already given this one away, and forgot to measure anything, but I think the stripes are all 2 inches wide. I wanted to keep them all the same width for some uniformity, but it would probably look pretty cool with varying width stripes.
backing from Cotton and Steel
I tried almost every print in my stash for binding and finally settled on this light floral print. Not sure if it's my favorite, but It worked better than anything else I had! :)
Finished size: (forgot to measure before I gave it away. I usually make my throw size quilts around 60"x70")
Pattern: no pattern, just sewed 2.5 inch strips together.
Fabric: front-stash, solids ● binding-not sure name, but it is Art Gallery● backing-Cotton & Steel XOXO chocolate chip
Batting: Warm and White