During 2017, I decided that each time there was a 12-hour sewing session with my local group, or a Retreat weekend, I would pull out a few of these zip-loc bags (I have a lot of them) and work on the contents until it becomes a finished - done done - item.
After consultation with a couple of friends at the 12 hour sewing day - I came to the decision that these would be two little quilts.
First - here's purple;
Second - here's green;
I ended up with two of the same greens next to each other and it looked a bit "blobby", so I used left over fabrics to make a half Dresden Plate (sunflower) to make it a bit more interesting.
Both quilts were simply cross-hatched through the squares to keep them soft and cuddly. They both have the same spotty backing and striped binding.
Moral of the story, sometimes, time away from a project can turn what seemed to be big problem - for such a small quilt - has turned into two delightful quilts for little ones.
These two little quilts will be donated to the Very Snuggly Quilts program run by Victorian Quilters.