Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Granny Squares on Fabric Tuesday

Randi has the sweetest "Little Granny" mini she's made up.
It was the inspiration for this


little quilt I whipped up over the weekend.

Jolene has the tute over on her blog.
She used 2.5" squares for her lap size quilt, but Randi's was made using only 1.5" and I knew I didn't want another largerish project.  I wanted quick, easy peasy, cute, and inspirational.


These were made using Randi's measurements and the finished blocks ended up being 5" square.
I liked the softness of her sashing, but wanted to use more of Moda's fabric line Sunkissed.
I had picked up a charm pack at a LQS last year and was saving it for just the right project.


Here's the back.  The word "hope" is very significant for me this year.  I have a lot of things I'd like to accomplish and is 2012 is the year I'm "hoping" to do just that.

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Here's hoping the day is kind to you!







12 comments:

  1. So pretty - LOVE the sashing. I'll be linking up later today.

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  2. I do like the sashing on this. It looks great. And the back looks just as pretty as the front.

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  3. i love the corner stones you added. so cute!

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  4. What a sweet quilt and I love that fabric line!
    Quilting by the River

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  5. I love Sunkissed but have never owned any, and I looove your use of cornerstones!

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  6. Oh wow! That is super cute :-) I'd love to do a smaller project, but it seems I'm in a baby and bed quilt loop for a bit :-D

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  7. Your granny squares mini is fabulous!!!! Love the sashing and hope on the back.

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