My Mini Madness challenge quiltie.
The rules were simple.
...dig into your luscious Island Batik fabrics
and create something that's no bigger than 24"x24".
I put on my thinking cap and remembered that
AccuQuilt GO cutter that's been collecting dust in the corner.
With a little playing I found that I could indeed make it work, 1 handed.
It's a simple design with funky flowers from GO's Licensed Die Design
by Ricky Tims, Bohemia #1
It just seemed to fit that peek into spring, we are all so desperately awaiting, here in the USA.
I cut my pieces with my favorite new tool, the Fiskars rotary cutter combo, that I've been talking about. You can see in my sashing, that it does a pretty darn good job. I'm not sure I cut that straight when I had 2 good hands! LOL!!
No fancy quilting, that I promised myself I was going to work on this year. It was my first shot at one handed free motion!
But I did do some fun playing on the back, with switching out bobbin threads. Anything to entertain!
Hope you have enjoyed my little "Mini Madness".
I just love passing on great sale information.
Did you know that Hancocks of Paducah is having a sale on
I stumbled on it the other day.
You can check it out right
Batik as low as $6.99 a yard!
My credit card was quivering!
Now I'm patiently ...or not so patiently awaiting for them to arrive!
Keep on stitchin!