I was fortunate enough to complete quite a few projects in 2015, baby dresses, chalk paint projects and, of course, quilts. The later is what I will share with you in today’s look back at 2015 finishes.
The first finish of the year was the Block of the Month 2014, one of the two versions I made anyway. This yellow and blue version works perfectly with the colors in my bedroom and is the main quilt that is on my bed. I still have another pink, purple and teal version that I just finished piecing the top for. That will be the next quilt to be loaded on the longarm. You can download the pattern for the Block of the Month 2014 by clicking here.
I made two of the Five-Hour Bed Quilt as well, which was pretty simple because as the pattern name suggests, it takes just five hours to piece the top. There is one version in Moda’s Winterberry that is on the back of my couch right now as a leftover holiday decoration.
I also made a version in Moda’s Color Theory. I used an ombre print for the yardage, so the grey tones come from just one fabric, cut strategically. I love the look of it. I’ve got another layer cake of batiks that will look beautiful with black as a background. You too can make this quilt. The pattern is available right here.
My last finish of 2015 was the Ghost of Christmas Past pattern, which also served as the first Quilt Addicts Anonymous Fabric Exchange pattern. I used all my old scraps from holiday projects over the years to create the sample you see here. Then 29 of you all exchanged your Christmas fabrics to make one of your own. You can see the ones that have been finished already right here. You can also download the pattern here.
I’ve already finished two for 2016, so there should be a lot more in the 2016 finished post at the end of this year!
What did you finish this year? Tell me about your projects in the comments!