This is one of the reasons that I haven't had much to show on my blog these last few months. I slaved many hours on this quilt, cutting 2,976 teeny, tiny 1-1/2" squares and sewing them together by hand.... Oh come on, you're not going to fall for that one, are you? This quilt is actually made from 4 Harmony honeybuns, but you could also make it from your stash of 1-1/2" strips.
The quilt has more than 3,488 pieces - there are more 4-patches on the back which I did not count. This was another stunt sewing project I did for Carrie Nelson. This honeybun quilt and its companion - made from jelly rolls - will be a future pattern release from Miss Rosie's Quilt Company.
I have an amazing local quilter that turned these around lickety split (thanks a million, Lynn!), and 2 wonderful friends that saved me by doing my bindings (Liz and Kay - how can words express how thankful I am to you both?)
I just finished a Yellow Brick Road quilt and a couple of receiving blankets and now my entire fabric stash awaits my next fun project just for me. What will it be? I don't have any clue, but I can't wait to get started!