This is a round-up of quilts I have made for Sewing Quarter - including a couple that I failed to blog about and made some time ago. It's nice to have a document here of the quilts I have finished. The quilt above was made using a jelly roll of Kaffe Fassett fabric and some solid white squares. I had made Bright Hopes blocks before but never a whole quilt of them, I think it makes a beautiful random pattern and I would like to make another quilt using this block, it's a great stash buster too!

I also made this random curves quilt using a Tula Pink layer cake. This was a fun and simple quilt to sew.

Laying out the blocks took me a while because they are so many different patterns you can create. Curves are possibly my favourite thing to sew. If you haven't tried it you should! I learnt how to sew without pins using this video, though I prefer to use my quarter inch foot. I know people have different methods so it might be worth taking a class or just experimenting to see what way you prefer.

Earlier this month I made this sweet baby Stunning Stars quilt using a pattern from Annie's Quick & Easy Quilts. It was an unusually bright day in Manchester so the colours look a bit washed out here. I enjoyed adding a scrappy solid binding to this one:

Today was Christmas at Sewing Quarter (because it's four month away!!) and so I used adorable Makower prints to make this simple baby quilt with cute fussy cutting.

The pattern is in Modern Baby Quilts by Fons & Porter. Thanks to Producer Paul for the arty shot below!

We are due to have some hot weather in the UK this weekend and I'm looking forward to some family time outdoors. I hope you all have a lovely weekend and if you're making on Saturday night come and join me on instagram from around 6pm GMT for the Saturday Night Craft Along!