I have a finish to share! I decided to do the off season Project Quilting Challenge. For June the theme is 'June Buggy'. A little back story for this. My uncle had a yellow VW beetle and I thought it would be fitting to try and make one. I am trying to get better with my applique and I think the more I do it the better it gets. Here it is:
I wanted to keep the quilting simple so I just quilted lines out to make it look almost like a sunbeam. Let's talk about the flower. During the Madison Modern Quilt Guild meeting, I won a door prize. If you really know me, you know that I love to make yo-yos and I have a few plastic forms to make them. Well, I chose this Kanzashi flower maker:
I thought it would be fitting to have a flower on the car. I used my rainbow batik fabric to make it. This device was so easy to use and the flower was very simple to make.
This little quilt is 12 x 12 and was made in Verona WI. Here is the link if you would like to join in the fun. You have until June 30 for this challenge. Project Quilting-June Buggy
Big shout out to Kim for organizing such a fun challenge!