Sharing some projects this week that I am making for an upcoming handcraft show in Japan sponsored by Lecien fabrics. It is an extreme honor to be invited and I had so much fun creating some mini quilts and other fun small items for the event.
This first quilt is a new mini I created called the Glitch Quilt. Once I get caught up with all of the craziness this month has I hope to prepare a tutorial on how to create this exact quilt, using some other color combinations. (I will give you all a head’s up on when that tutorial releases, its so much fun to make).
This quilt features some of Lecien’s solid line called 1000 Colors Collection. I am a HUGE fan of solids and these are so saturated and soft they are a new favorite for sure. This is a part of a “sushi-roll” – what Lecien calls their jelly roll kits, in the blue green colorway.
I quilted this quilt in a close matchstick style alternating thread colors as I progressed through the quilt.
For the backing I used another amazing Lecien fabric, from their First of Infinity line, I love how the blues carry over to the back of the quilt and there is a fun little pop of text.
Thanks for stopping by today friends, and I hope that you enjoy all of the other projects that will be shown this week!