Scrappy Apple Wall Quilt

After making the strawberry and pineapple mini quilts a little while ago, there was still a little bit of space on the kitchen wall and most "experts" say things should be done in 3s when you decorate so I decided to make a small apple.

Just like I did for the strawberry, I used red and green scraps and made the background with Kona White.  The binding is an old print I've had in my stash forever!

For the quilting, again, like I did for the other two minis, I stitched paisleys in the red squares, dense back and forth lines in the brown, a small feather in the green leaf and pebbles in the background.

It finishes at about 18" square.  And I'm happy to report that this is finish number 1 on my Q2 FAL list.

Linking up at Crazy Mom Quilts for Finish It Up Friday and at Fleur de Lis Quilts for TGIFF.


  1. Too cute, Izzy! I just love apples and will definitely give this a go :) Oh and congrats on making progress on your Q2 FAL list!!

  2. Love! Your quilting is great!!

  3. Cute. That simple really shows off the great quilting.

  4. Great quilts, Izzy! Lovely colours, and your photos show the quilting stitches really well!
    Barbara x

  5. Cute!!! Perfect for a kitchen :-)

  6. Great kitchen decor, Izzy! I have got to figure out that paisley design; a friend has a new baby girl named Paisley, so it would be perfect for her baby quilt. Your quilting designs are so clean and neat.
    Thanks for linking up with TGIFF. I am loving all the quilts on display and the visits, too.
    Mary @

  7. I like the paisley quilting. Great finish. I'm sure it looks great with the other two.

  8. This is such a happy quilt, great for the kitchen wall. Your quilting is beautiful too. Thank you for participating in the FAL, on behalf of the 2016 global hosts.


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