40 x 56
It will probably be donated to Wrap-A-Smile. But it and another Crumb Star quilt finished earlier this year might get gifted to a niece who is due to deliver twins this year. (A little stork also told me two nephews and their wives will also be the recipients of new babies this year. With 31 nieces and nephews the stork stays busy with deliveries.)
I made this crumb blocks last year as a Rainbow Scrap Challenge project. Each month I sewed together crumbs for the 4.5 inch centers in the color of the month. The star points usually matched the center and the backgrounds were made from scraps in a complementary color.
It's fun to see what shows up in little crumbs.
The batting was pieced. The backing I had set aside eons ago to make a shirt. Then I set it aside in a backing pile to use on a small red/white quilt but then forgot it was for the red/white quilt so it got used as the backing for this quilt. I quilted it with loops and stars on my Brother. For the binding I used bits and pieces of leftover solid bindings from the leftover bindings bin. I'm not a fan of sewing the binding on my machine but a lot of charities request that it be done that way.