It's a finish!
A donation quilt.
42 x 63
Pictures are dark because we have had mostly cloudy and rainy days since May. (Sigh).
Back in 2018 I was going through my crumbs and sorting them by color. I noticed a lot of red and white bonus triangles, waste triangles, wonky triangles mixed in with the crumbs. I figured there were enough for a quilt so set them aside and didn't use them in crumb blocks. In January of this year I made those bits and pieces into a quilt top.
I quilted it with wavy lines alternating in red and white threads.
Backing is a red and white stripe sent to me by a quilty friend.
Binding is red and white with red polka dots. I don't like sewing binding on by machine but most of the places I donate this size of quilt prefers it be done that way.
I used four color catchers when I washed this and they all turned red. There was still a tiny bit of bleeding in a couple of spots but it is not really noticeable.