Churning Fourteen

I purchased this pattern last year with the intention of choosing some nice modern fabrics to make my version of Churning Fourteen. In the mean time I thought it might be a way to use up 14 fat quarters of donated bright prints. So I dug out fourteen fabrics in very bright fabrics. I mostly found smaller prints to do some color play.

The pattern has very specific instructions on how to cut the fat quarters. There is almost no waste. That means you have to be very careful when cutting. One wrong slice and it's off to find a different fat quarter.

I cut my fabrics up without too much difficulty - after reading the instructions multiple times, that is. I worked on the blocks on my Wednesday quilt days at the Senior Center so it took me more than a month to complete the top.

I free-motion quilted this on my longarmer and machine stitched the binding on. It is ready for my next Quilts for Kids meeting.

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