This little quilt is a Kim Diehl design called Simple Folk. It finishes at 18 1/2 inches and was made entirely on the Singer Featherweight. The blocks start out with 2 1/2" pinwheel blocks, which form the center of log cabin blocks.
The blocks finish at 6 1/2".
It has kind of a homey/folksy feel. I love how these tiny quilts look when tucked into a basket or with a candle sitting on it. It was fun to make, and I am all primed to make a few more small projects while I wait for a working grown up sewing machine. Which could be weeks from now. But that's ok. My little Featherweight is being a champ.
I had a little stack of green and red fabrics I thought would be adorable for a Christmassy table topper. I had just the collection of inspirational patterns to choose from, except....Except my books have gone missing. I had Jo's Little Favorites, Jo's Little Favorites II and Simple Friendships by Kim Diehl and Jo Morton and now I can't find them anywhere. Last time I saw them was when the housecleaners were here on November 2. I vaguely recall putting them away so my table surfaces would be clear for dusting, and they have completely disappeared. I swear I looked for them for an hour yesterday. I feel like I am losing my marbles. Arghhh.