There were oodles of fabric scraps leftover from this week's epic stitching sessions, and rather than box them up for a rainy day I went off on a tangent and started piecing the tiny pieces together.
I know I say this often, but I really loved making these - wall hangings, mug rugs (with room for cake!), placemats, coasters etc. I had fabric in every color of the rainbow and the color play was endless. All of the fabrics used here are Robert Kaufman Kona Cottons and the squares and Half Square Triangles were cut to measure just 2 inches.
All four squares were basted (including a layer of batting) and then quilted. The quilting designs vary and have made an impact on the finished look of each of the squares.
For binding fabric I have used Kona Cotton in Pepper which might just be my preferred new black; it is a dark, dark grey color, easily mistaken for black, without the harshness of a true black fabric.
The four squares make a really cheerful set, and I have listed them for sale in my
Etsy Store. SOLD