Sunday, November 3, 2013


My new thing this week was to try QAYG (Quilt As You Go for my non-quilting readers)! I was a little pressed for time but managed to finish this bib!

I threw it together pretty quickly without paying much attention to my fabric choices but it turned out quite cute in the end! I enjoyed the QAYG process and want to give this another go when I have more time!
In quilting news, here's a little peak of a recent almost finish...
 I`m so addicted to these granny square blocks! This is my third quilt using them! I think choosing the colour combinations is my favourite part.  Quilting them is a bit of a challenge though because of all those bias edges. For this quilt I dug into my growing collection of 1930s vintage repro fabrics!  This one is a baby quilt but I think I need to make one of these for myself!


  1. Really like your bib. Hadn't thought of using a bib as a qayg project. Great idea. How did you finish off the edge?

  2. Thanks! I placed the quilted piece right sides together with the backing fabric and turned it inside out. Then top-stitched around the edge and attached the tie!