The top came together quickly once I started sewing:
Candy canes and spots:
Paw prints and dots:
Circles were added to the mix because I love circles, spots, and dot:
Building my Composition one log at a time...
... Until it finally felt done:
Next came layering with the backing I had chosen:
Then, I dropped in a few pins and called it basted:
Finally came the quilting:
After posting that last photo, I decided that I wanted to make those shiny circle POP!, so quilting down that background area needed to happen. Unfortunately, it didn't turn out as well as I envisioned:
I squared it up to 7" x 10" which fits my display space nicely:
Thanks for stopping by...
... My "Home for the Holi-daze":
This quilt never would have happened without the inspiration I received from Suzy Williams @ Suzy Quilts. Her energy and enthusiasm is contagious. Thanks, Suzy! The improv techniques you taught were SEW much fun to incorporate into my project.
Until next time...
Be SEW merry!!!