"Walking in a winter wonderland..."
My favorite fabric line to this date is quite possibly Winter's Lane. Every time I see it being used by another quilter or sewist, I fall in love with it all over again.
While constructing my second Winter's Lane quilt, Festive Flurries, I had several triangles that were left over from trimming in two different sizes.
It was out of character for me to chain piece them immediately after finishing the blocks, but I'm so glad I did.
I tucked them away for a bit and pulled them out last winter and trimmed and stitched them altogether when little man was sick home one day.
I soon had two identical rectangle mini tops to quilt and "magically" make them pillows with panel scraps and leftover Fat Quarters I had saved from the line.
I had some leftover fabric from the extra leftover backing to use for the binding.
The leftover FQs were used to make the backings.
I used a not-so-favorite fabric from my stash for the quilted backing part. You don't see it until you unzip the hidden zipper to change the covers!
Measures: 14" x 26"
Pattern: Multiple sized HSTs and squares
Fabric: Winter's Lane by Moda Fabrics, Kona Snow
Quilted: 1/4" seam on Babylock Symphony
Here you can see my tiny HSts and our Prancer girls tiny feet!!! She occasionally gets involved in photoshoots!
I love that I can keep my Winter's Lane quilts around after I take down Christmas decorations.
It softens the blow.