In between sessions at the loom finishing up the last two scarves I've been getting some new baby quilts put together.
I was wandering through YouTube this winter when I stumbled across a tutorial from Missouri Star Quilt Company for making a tumbler quilt out of 5" charm squares. This is made from Sandy Gervais' Lollipop. I'm going to put a narrow border (1.5") with the marbled blue in the top picture, a wider border with the brown fishies fabric (middle in the bottom photo), and the backing will be the green lollipops in the top photo.
This one is for my new granddaughter, who will be making her appearance in November. I used AmandaJean's Stacked Coins pattern but added an additional 4" border to make the top 48"x58" Unlike what you see in this hanging from the I-beam of the basement photo, the colors of these Sugar Pop fabrics are crisp and clean. The sashing is Moda Snow.
I had a request from Dan for new kitchen towels so some winding was done too.
The plan is for two log cabin towels, two with just yellow weft and two with the red. We're heading up to Long Island for Labor Day. That gives me 18 days to get them on the loom, woven, and sewn up. With school starting on the 29th it could be close.