Vintage Paris Floral Quilt
Finished Quilt Size: 47″ by 47″
I’ve finally finished the Vintage Paris Floral Quilt! I truly wish there were more hours in the day so I can spend more time making quilts. I rarely sew at night, even though night hours could be my most productive hours. As I’ve mentioned in my very first post, I have a small (but mighty) sewing machine that quakes and shakes the entire table when I quilt! I want to be considerate of my downstairs neighbors, especially at night. I already have Logi jumping around up here throughout the day, which bothers them greatly. They’ve come up here to complain about him several times now… and we’ve only lived here a couple of months! What lucky folks, to have gotten us as their upstairs neighbor!
Back to my quilt story…
I used the remaining jelly strips from my roll to make scrappy binding. I don’t know if you can tell it’s scrappy. It’s all pink and it all blends together so nicely that you wouldn’t even know that they were fabric remnants!
I also discovered a nearby park today, with gorgeously large trees, lush green grass beautifully sprinkled with fallen leaves, and even a bridge with a small stream running under it! I couldn’t believe something like this can exist in the middle of a dense urban city! Of course, I ran home and grabbed my quilts for a photo shoot! Looks like I’ve found my main spot for quilt shoots.
I hope you enjoyed this quilt story. There will be plenty more to come. Good night, friends.