Saturday, July 4, 2015

Ready in time for the Fourth of July

With summertime coming I wanted to make a new quilt topper for the outside tables, so it was time to get out my new tools I purchased in Missouri.

I chose white as the center color and then used the jelly roll of 2 1/2" strips to create the crazy quilt blocks in a red, white and blue theme.

The project went very quickly and before I knew it I was ready to add the sashing and borders.

Then I found a fun summer theme print for the reverse side for use when it's not a holiday.

Now it's time to make one for Halloween!

Long Live the Queen of Patriotic Quilts


  1. Let's hear it for the red, white and blue!

  2. Wow, you are amazing with your sewing machine!!! What a beautiful table quilt. I can't wait for Halloween to see the other side of it. I hope you folks got to watch some of the beautiful fireworks displays that took place all around the country. Pogo and I watched The Macy of New York's display. It was just awesome. You have a super weekend, hugs, Edna B.

  3. Wow! Very nice. You certainly are the crafty one, my friend. And so multi-talented, too.