Actually typing up a blog post as opposed to formulating a post in my head is always a good thing!  And, there’s no time like the present to hit publish, right?

I’ve got a few small finishes that I haven’t yet shared on the blog so here’s my #LaterPost about these.

Handmade Christmas 5

Two of these FOs were made as Christmas presents so they have long since been gifted to the recipients and were received with delight!

First up is this table runner made using mini squares from the Wintergreen line by 3 Sisters for Moda Fabrics. Granny squares against a creamy background was my plan for this runner.  My go to quilting design – the “wiggle” and a green binding finished this gift.

Handmade Christmas 2

I love the texture of the wiggle 🙂

Handmade Christmas 4

I also had a bunch of leftover 4 patches from a previous project in this fun Christmas print called In From The Cold by Kate Spain.  Half the work was already done, I just sewed the 4 patches all together with a bright red border all around.  You can’t tell from the pictures but the red fabric has stick figure snowmen <3

Handmade Christmas 1.1

I quilted this one with concentric curves – so fun!

Handmade Christmas 3

Then, I added a simple envelope backing and bound it with the same bright red.  Stuffed a pillow inside and another Christmas present was ready to be wrapped and gifted.

I also finished my second Binding Kit, this time in Bonnie & Camille prints (those sail boats, though!!)

Daysail Binding Kit 1

It turned out just as cute as my first binding kit.

Daysail Binding Kit 2

I’m thinking that this will become a great little notions pouch for my knitting supplies :: stitch markers, measuring tape etc.

Daysail Binding Kit 3

Three little finishes and one large WIP… my Arithmetic Quilt 🙂

Process 4

I see signs of spring everywhere with green shoots pushing up out of the ground.  Snowdrops bowing their sweet little heads and crocuses and daffodils and all sorts of other prettiness too!  I hope you’re having a lovely February 🙂

** Linking up at Finish It Friday and Whoop Whoop Fridays **

9 thoughts on “Finishes #LaterPost

  1. JanineMarie

    Your binding kit is adorable. (What a great idea! I need one.) I looked at the link to the original pattern, though, and there is supposed to be chocolate in that last pocket. Definitely a requirement!


  2. sam

    Your work is always soo beautiful, and these projects are no exception. I love all of them, but especially inspired to make a runner for the holiday table.


  3. Bonnie in Va.

    Nice finishes. The wiggle stitch is darling — so much texture. Do you do it on your domestic machine? I love the colors you used on these projects. Fun things to look at tonight.


  4. Becca Jost

    I love the texture of the wiggle too! From some angles, it reminds me of knit stitches 🙂 I think it’s because I always have knitting on my mind haha. All of your finished objects are gorgeous – like always!


  5. autumngeisha

    The table runner & pillow are so festive! Makes me wish that the holidays were here again. Love the binding kit with all of its storage compartments for your knitting notions. You always choose the most fun & colorful fabrics for your projects.


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