January 20, 2014
After organizing, I was able to finish my second Hubble quilt. This one the more simplified version using squares instead of half square triangles. I think they both look amazing! One will be a gift and one for me (the HST version). They are both at the "run for the border" stage, so that's my next task. After I finish that, I have a BABY BOY quilt to make for my niece.
Hubble is a great pattern from Carrie Nelson at Miss Rosie's Quilt Company. It's one of her Schnibbles and can be made with charm squares! You need 102 charm squares and yardage for the background. I made mine with a layer cake of Little Black Dress and a fat-eighth bundle of Little Black Dress 2 - both by Basic Grey for Moda fabrics and great neutrals for a striking quilt. I used the LBD light grunge for my backgrounds.
I am absolutely LOVING using my older sewing machine again. Perfect seam allowances. Both my centers measure exactly 56-3/4" square. OK, enough blabbing, I'm back to work on my borders.