Betsy’s Creation • Flag Quilt Top Finished!
Last week in another post, I threw together a fun little worksheet about how to make a flag quilt, then got busy and not only made this quilt top, but also a wallhanging:
In case you didn’t see that free worksheet…
…click here to download the PDF version of this: Betsy’s Creation_OPQuilt It’s a just a worksheet and assumes you know how to put together a quilt.
Why did I have enough for a quilt and a wallhanging? Seems I had a bit of a miscount, excited as I was to be cutting into all my reds, and whites and blues. I overshot my mark of 15 sets.
I mixed them around until I found an arrangement I liked, putting four to the side for the wallhanging, then sashed and bordered them with the light blue. I used Painter’s Palette Solids in Aruba (121-100), available from Pineapple Fabrics, if your local shop doesn’t carry it.
Then I went outside and fought the breezes to get these few shots.
I did all the cutting, the sewing and fighting-the-breezes-for-a-picture in three days. I tell you that so you know it’s a quick quilt to make. I’ll hang the smaller version in our front hallway in July, but the larger one will be quilted and tucked into the car for fun picnic blanket getaway events.
Happy Red, White and Blue Sewing!
Other Red, White and Blue projects I have made:
Red, White and Blue Quilt (friends blocks)
Happy Fourth of July (Tiny Quilt)