Scrappy Churn Dash Quilt {Progress}

My scrappy churn dash quilt is coming along... slowly. I apologise for the bad picture. It's still early and dark out so it's under harsh sewing room lighting.

I don't need a whole lot more blocks to finish this quilt top by the end of September deadline. I'll try to get those finished in time - it'll be nice to have this done and I can quilt and donate it in time for Christmas.

Can you believe it's only a few short months until Christmas is here again? Also, can you believe our local supermarket has started selling fruit mince pies? The stores seem to be getting their Christmas stock out earlier and earlier each year.

14 comments

Fiona said...

So pretty..... will be a cheerful quilt...
Hugz

Karen's Korner said...

Good progress with your pretty blocks.

Gretchen Weaver said...

I like your colorful happy blocks, happy stitching!

Jeanette said...

Lovely churn dash blocks. Love how they look together.

Jenny said...

The churn dash looks lovely and OMG I hate it when they start with Christmas early why not wait til at least November .

Alycia~Quiltygirl said...

Its looking so great!!!

loulee said...

Your churn dash blocks are beautiful. Yours is going to be a very bright and beautiful quilt.

Cheryll said...

Looking good so far... & a finish is looming.
It will make a wonderful donation quilt for someone in need too...xox

Chookyblue...... said...

wow your blocks look great.......

FlourishingPalms said...

What a nice-looking quilt this will be, and so generous of you to make it to donate. I love Churn Dash blocks; always have. No, I can't believe you're seeing Christmas stuff already! Not here, thank goodness. Or else I've been ignoring it! It's much, much to early to think about planning present-giving.

Karen S said...

Your churn dash blocks are looking lovely. Great fabrics.

Ondrea said...

Love your Churn Dash blocks. I heard Christmas things were being displayed already. Talk about materialistic money grabbing retailers! I thought Halloween was before Christmas.

cityquilter grace said...

very pretty churn dash blocks! now that my trip is over, gotta get back to mine and get that top assembled!

Linda @ kokaquilts said...

A delightful churn dash quilt! I like how you have used different sized blocks, keeps things interesting. Good luck with your deadline.