Some time ago, I showed you a stack of fabric I had brought from some cheap place in China, buying it was more of an experiment than anything else. It was stupidly cheap in price, and I wanted to see what the quality of their fabric was like.
To be honest, it’s not the best – it’s thin and some of it has a very loose weave and I’m not convinced it’s all cotton as they professed it to be, but the colours were beautiful and with lots of spray starch the fabric behaved.
I had a lot of fun making little economy blocks – and after a weekend stitching I’m happy to show you the finished result:
I had lots of fun making these blocks. My points went together well and all in all, I’m happy with this little quilt. I adore the colours – I wish, with all my heart, that Concord were still making those little florals they made thirty years ago. I miss them.
(I must have picked the only photo where the points don’t line up as they should – mostly they were good enough for me!. This is not the fabric you want to unpick though).
Goodness only knows how the fabric will stand up to a few washes, but such is life. I had fun.