do. Good Stitches September Quilt

It’s been a while since I shared much about quilting with all this Project Run and Play and then Kids Clothes Week! Wow! I’m still working on my last week of Project Run and Play, so it might be a while before I share it…


image via Stef’s Flickr

So while we’re waiting for that, what about a beautiful quilt??? Check out this one from our group quilter Stephanie Cole! This one we did way back in 2013! This is our September quilt.


Stephanie picked the design and we all made 2 blocks. The Stashbuster Blocks we made followed tutorials from Little Miss Shabby’s blog!


These blocks took a BUCNH of scraps, because we tired not to use the same fabric more than once!! For this one we used the Stashbuster Block number 1!


And then for the one with even MORE teeny tiny pieces, we used the Stashbuster Block number 2 tutorial!


image via Stef’s Flickr

The background was to be grey. And of course, when people are sending from all over, each grey is going to be a little different! I love how all the blocks came together! In all honesty, the blocks were pretty simple and fun to make. They look a bit time consuming, but once you get the pieces cut out, they go together quite quickly! Go ahead and give it a try!



  1. OMG, that is such a beautiful quilt! That would look so good on my black couch!

  2. Wow!!! SO very pretty! Good job you guys!

  3. beautiful!

  4. Oooh, so pretty! I am thinking of starting a quilt (with the colder weather and therapeutic calming of quilting that is much needed!). These colours are speaking to me. 🙂

  5. Oh wow, that is just beautiful. I LOVE that all the pieces are from different fabric. What a labor of love. Once again, I’m blown away.

  6. Very cool!!

  7. Sarah Helene says:

    With a background of GREY, the small blocks of colored prints add so much BRIGHTNESS to the quilt squares! LOVELY variety . . . AWESOME, indeed! Sarah Helene, Minneapolis, MN

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