Friday, April 24, 2015

RSC15 #twistsandchurns -- Friday Finish

What a fun purple project I decided to do with the scraps while they were still out on the table.  I got the pattern from a free e-book.  It's called Twists and Churns.  I omitted the small churn dash from the center of the mini because I will most likely be using it as a table topper.  The design is by Sandy Whitelaw.  Thanks, Sandy!  #twistsandchurns

This is the last week for the purple scraps in the RSC15 for April.  I'm not really a purple fan, but I think this came out really nice.  I can't stop looking at the quilting on it!  I'm linking up with Angela's blog, SoScrappy for the RSC15 here.  Stop by and see what the others are making.  There's plenty of inspiration to use your scraps.

RSC 15

I used my micro-filler templates by Circle Lord to do some random quilting.  I couldn't decide which one I liked more.  The quilting is very dense, but perfect for a very flat table topper.

Here's the back.

Here's a pic with a quarter so that you can see how small the quilting is.  You can also see the four different designs.

I'm also linking up with Richard and Tanya for Link-a-Finish Friday.  Check out all the others here:;postID=7453679045878472489


Andree G. Faubert said...

Wow, that must have taken a long time to quilt. It's a great way to practice free motion quilting. Well done!

Jasmine said...

Totally love it! You did great with the scraps and quilting.

Val's Creative Life said...

I too totally love this finish!! Love blue and purple together and your background is original!

Anonymous said...

Thats some dense quilting! Love it though. I have never used a template for quilting (I'm kinda new to it) but since your rows are perfectly straight it looks like it works