Have you heard of Canoe Ridge Creations' 6 month Fresh Mini Quilt Club? I signed up a couple of weeks ago and am SO glad that I did. At the begin of the New Year I challenged myself to choose more difficult quilt projects (aka the Swoon that I'm working on for the Bestie QAL) and to get out of my quilting comfort zone (aka start making mini quilts that I can practice my free motion quilting skills on).
Although I haven't yet found the courage to practice my free motion quilting skills, I did finish two mini quilt tops this weekend, which means I'm well on my way. The first quilt top is for me, and will soon brighten up my sewing studio.
The second mini quilt top is for my Momma. I think she might hang it in her office at work! :)
Both mini quilts are made from a very old Riley Blake fabric line (Andrea Victoria), which I love. It made its debut when I first started quilting, and unfortunately none of my local quilt shops carried the fabric (and I wasn't a savvy Etsy shopper back then). A year or so my quilting friend was getting cleaning out her stash and offered me pieces of what you see above. I've held onto Andrea Victoria for quite sometime, as I new the perfect project would come along!