Welcome! Today I’m sharing a fun little project I made with fabric from the Sweet As Honey line designed by Bonnie Christine at Going Home to Roost.
I chose to make a mini quilt for my kitchen with Sweet As Honey. We bought our house last spring and I really haven’t given much thought to wall décor. This line has all the colors I love for my kitchen, so it was the perfect project.
I love how Sweet As Honey lends itself to fussy cutting. The possibilities are endless! I used one of my favorite paper piecing books by Maaike Bakker to create a few of my favorite blocks and paired them with linen to make this mini quilt.
I used a thick stitch to quilt straight lines with the Aurifil thread Bonnie so kindly sent along.
Not only are the fabrics great for fussy cuts, but I also notice many of them would make the most lovely bindings like this pink one, for example.
Yesterday, Meghan shared a tutorial for a doggie bandana, and thought it was a really cute and fun way to use the fabric. I have a mini schnauzer and one of those bandanas would really suit him well. Tomorrow, Amy is going to share with us, so be sure to check out the blog tour and follow along with us.