This quilt was begun in my old life. The top was completed. And now that I am back in the quilting saddle again since my move to a new home, this Scottie Dog quilt is finished!
There are so many options of how to make these little dogs. I went with a scrappy look. And wanted one of my dogs to be wearing a bow.
It had been quite some time since I used a flanged binding, but this quilt just felt like it need that little extra zing. You can find my complete list of Binding Tutorials here!
Last year at Quilt Market in Houston, I met Becky while I was there and she asked me to be a guest designer for December at International Association of Quilters. What is the IAQ????
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Their techniques may include paper piecing, applique, traditional patchwork as well as modern and traditional designs. Each pattern will be something new and exciting and the perfect addition to your sewing plans. Join us for another year of incredible designers, inspiring samplers, beautiful quilts, sewing projects, and supportive community."
What other quilts did I make using this sweet Daisy Days (by Keera Job for Riley Blake) fabric fat quarter bundle?
The bundle was first cut into to make the the Smitten Kitten last October.
Then I made the Scottie Dogs which was the last thing I worked on before moving.
The fabrics for the Hedgehog spikes were made with some of the remaining scraps.
The "Scottie Dog" quilt finished at 38" x 50"
and was the 6th use of my 3rd edition of 100 labels
ordered from Ikaprint.
And thank you so much for quilting along!!!!!!!