This project is another quilt, but this time I used some left over blocks for part of my top. I had a few blocks left from my Central Park quilt, and I didn’t know what to do with them. I wanted to use the animal print from the fabric line, but my lqs didn’t have the right colorway.
I started off by sewing all of my blocks into 1 row and added a small strip of the yellow kona from my postage stamp blocks along either long edge. (Each block was 10″ finished to start, I sewed 5 blocks together and later trimmed that to about 42″.) Then I headed to the lqs to find something that would play well with the yellow in my pieced strip. I bought about 1.25 yards of a Central Park print, added a large chunk to the bottom of my pieced row and a slim strip to the top, and I had a quilt top!
For the backing, I went back to the animal print that I had wanted to use on the front. I pieced a few charm squares into 4-patches, set them off with strips of white (just like I did for the back of my Central Park postage stamp quilt), and added that to the bottom of the animal print.
I finished the quilt with meander quilting and the most perfect orange pin dot binding.
I hand stitched one of my larger labels on this quilt. I think I like how it looks!
Finished size just shy of square, at 41″ x 42″.