Sunday, 31 March 2019

Neutral Mile a Minute Quilt

I did it, I completed my One Monthly Goal (OMG) for March.  It took more time than I thought and I was quilting all day yesterday, and spent the evening sewing the binding while catching up on my Netflix.

This twin size quilt top was started and completed during a Neutral month of the Rainbow Scrap Challenge.  All these scraps came from a 10 inch freezer bag full of neutral or low volume fabric scraps, you can see the original blog post at NeutralMile a Minute.
I decided that I wanted to quilt it with spiral circles, which meant I needed to use my domestic machine, whew, it was a lot of work.  I have so much respect for people who quilt on their domestics.  Not sure that I would do another of these, however I do love the effect. 
I used larger bits of neutrals to piece the back of this quilt, along with some left-over squares from the front. 
The spiral circles look pretty neat on the back as well. 

Now it is time for me to start looking through my Unfinished Projects for an April OMG.

If you don't really have a dream, you can't really push yourself; you don't really know what the target is. ~ MS Dhoni


  1. The quilt looks beautiful! Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and congrats on your finish!

  2. Still developing a taste for modern quilting, but I do love this!Found your tutorial too, looks like it would be fun to try. Found your blog from One Monthly Goal.