Three of my recent finishes are my happy blocks quilt and 2 Maple Leafs quilts. The Toronto Maple Leafs fabric was bought when my nephews were much younger and is no longer suitable for a quilt for either of them, hence these quilts that will be donated to my guild for the charity outreach program. Here is a picture:
I’ll save posting a picture of the other Leafs quilt as it’s identical to the one above.
The happy blocks quilt was from stash and used up the rest of the butterfly print that found in the centre of the blocks. Those happy blocks go together so fast and easily; I find them so relaxing to make.
This was quilted by Whirls and Swirls, a local long arm quilt studio where they supplied batting and backing and quilted it as part of their charity program. I picked it up from them to bind and it too is going to the guild charity outreach program. I really like the quilting they did on it.
Now to finish binding my Bonnie Hunter En Provence quilt.
3 thoughts on “Happy Blocks and Maple Leafs”
Love the colours. It’s so bright and cheery. Thanks for linking up with Thank Goodness It’s Finished Friday.
I didn’t think the NHL licensed fabric, maybe I should do a search. both quilts are gorgeous.
Wonderful quilts! Too bad your littles have out grown the Maple Leafs fabric–that quilt is wonderful! The Happy Blocks make me happy too–they look so easy and fast to make! Thanks for sharing these on Wednesday Wait Loss.