I participated in the 2019 Color Challenge hosted by Jen over at Patterns by Jen What's kind of funny to me is that I don't really like sampler quilts, and that is exactly what this is. So what did I do? I made two blocks each month. I made the original block provided by Jen; and in the second one, I reversed the fabric placement. Here are a few examples...
Even though we didn't have to sign up to finish and blog about our completed quilt, I decided to do so simply to give me the push to get them done. It really would be easy for me to set the blocks aside and then have them get shoved into the UFO abyss - AKA the "tub of shame."
Both quilts are done and I'm happy with the results. I have to get some pictures, but that won't happen today. Instead, I'm going to give you a sneak peek at the bindings. :-)
One of the quilts has a scrappy binding that is sew the traditional way - sewn to the front by machine and hand stitched to the back.
I used a flange binding (machine sewn to the back and then machine sewn to the front) for the second one.