I made a quilt…for Finn

Posted by Jenni Feingold on

In theory I should have made Aidan’s quilt next but I just couldn’t wait to make Finn’s. Fabrics changed slightly since this photo was taken.

I squared up my already finished blocks and cut out enough to make Finn a lap quilt like I did for Rory. 

Whenever the camera comes out Finn is never far behind.

The quilt will match his stocking and is the same Bizzy Kid Pattern, you can buy it HERE. It has 2 block styles but because of my fabrics I had 3 so I had to not only rotate A & B blocks but A & B1 or B2.

So after cutting out 224 individual blocks and then sewing together another 128 together into sets I sewed my first block A to block B1 and then had to put everything away for a visit from my mom. 

After her super short visit I pulled everything back out and got to work though. This quilt gets assembled in columns vs rows and then alternating my B1 & B2 made my brain hurt a couple times. Shortly I had my first column done though.

I was determined to finish at least one of the quilt tops before the end of the night. Excuse the bad lighting it really was about 10 when I finished. The “better” looking one was actually taken with no lights on in the dining room at all and is the lap vs twin size version.

Its now all packed in a box awaiting its traveling companions to head up to see Tarabu and get quilted.

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