Its a finish!
62 x 84
Sorry for the fuzzy picture. It was cloudy and dreary outside.
Here is a little better picture of it before it was quilted.
This is a donation quilt that will probably go to Humility Homes and Services. When I get a pile of 12 twin sized donation quilts I will let the grandkids pick 6 for donation. Then I will keep some for other occasions and continue to add to that pile. Each time the pile reaches 12 then six will be donated.
I used a free pattern called 2 Hour Couch Quilt. I thought it would be a good way to use that center fabric without cutting it up. I bought a lot of it deeply discounted when Hancock Fabrics went out of business. I've made the granddaughters several things with the fabric like pillowcases and tote bags but they are no longer in the pink phase so thought some other little girl would like a pink quilt.
I also thought it would be a good way to use selvages with text. And it's not like I don't have anything better to do but I kind of had a theme going for each of the selvage squares like animals...
...and Summer fun.
Some of the other fabrics echoed things like hearts, butterflies and flowers found in the center fabric. I had a couple of different fabrics with letters on a black background I used for the border. It was an easy make but it took awhile to get it quilted.
I quilted it with four petaled flowers on my DSM.
The backing was pieced. The fabric with letters in squares was gifted by a quilty friend. The hearts below that was a leftover piece from another quilt back. The fabric on the right that I also used for binding was a thrift store purchase from long ago when I could actually find yardage at the thrift stores.