Another recent finish is this Zig-Zag quilt. The credit for this one is not entirely mine. Several quilters made the blocks, then I put them together, quilted, and bound it.
The block itself is super simple. It starts out with a square and builds from there using strips. You can probably figure out how to make it just by looking at the back.
A different look is achieved depending on how you lay out the blocks. It's kind of fun to play with. Not as much fun making a decision!
I added these three quilts to some I finished earlier this year - the Finding Dory quilt, the Strings Around the Block quilt, the Craving Color quilt, and the Every Day is Valentines Day quilt.
All stacked up and ready to go to Choose Life of Northern Alabama. They look so fun and colorful.
I added fifteen pillowcases I'd recently made for Women and Children's Hospital here in Huntsville .....
..... stacked them up and threw them into the back seat of the car to deliver them.
What a fun day!
Also linking up with Confessions of a Fabric Addict - Can I get a Whoop Whoop?