Friday Finish Review

My big finish for the week is the superhero quilt, but I can’t show the whole quilt to you yet. So — I thought I would do a review of my June finishes today. I’ve worked on quite a few little projects this month.

June started with this trio. Two woolie BOM blocks and a little patriotic mini that is 6″ square.

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The patriotic mini is just right for July 4th, so I’ll use it when I decorate today.

I received this fabric from a friend and made this little pouch. It holds my little quilting tools. This is probably my favorite finish of the month. I love the fabric!

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Then I pulled out some leftover batik blocks and made this quick runner. I’m not sure whether this will stay with me or be gifted at some point.

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I enjoyed a lunch with two friends during the month, and I wanted to bring something for them. So I made two more little pouches. They are so much fun to make, and the ladies were delighted to get them.

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We took a trip in June, which took me away from my sewing machine, but I did manage to take this little mug mat with me. I finished it up when I returned home.

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I also finished the top for the wedding quilt, which is currently at my longarmer. I hope to have that back soon, ready for binding and then gifting!

So all in all, it’s been a good month! What have you been stitching on this month? I’d enjoy seeing your projects!

I’m linking up with Confessions of a Fabric Addict and Crazy Mom Quilts. 

10 thoughts on “Friday Finish Review”

  1. Look at all the lovelies you’ve been making this month! Those little pouches are adorable. Wish I could see the superhero quilt — I’ve got a couple of superhero fans living under my own roof!

    1. Thanks, Rebecca! I promise you’ll be able to see the superhero quilt at some point. I just have to wait until it is given to its final owner. I hope it will be soon!

  2. I just love that pouch you made for yourself with the beautiful fabric you were given! ❤️ I so enjoy all your projects you do wonderful work!! Keep them coming.

  3. All this and a trip? Goodness! You must live in your sewing room. I like those pouches. I haven’t made any in a while, so maybe I should dig out some pretty modern fabrics and get going. Thanks for the inspiration!

    1. Thanks, Mary! I do spend quite a bit of time in my sewing room. Just keep in mind this was what I accomplished for all of June. Hope you dig out those fabrics and give the pouch a try!

  4. Wow! How wonderfully productive. I love the little pouches, especially the orange and blue one, what gorgeous fabric 🙂

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