While shopping for fabric for another project, I found some good sashing fabric to finish the Sugar Block Club quilt from 2013.
I had put the finished squares in a drawer but was happy to pull them out and get to work. I really like how it turned out. I stitched in the ditch on my home machine which wasn't too terrible because the quilt is not large. The batting I got was very thin but puffed up after being washed. It kind of lends the look of hand quilted work. A nice surprise! The background fabric on the front is a white-on-white polka dot which was gone from the store by the time I needed a backing. So, I got a white-on-white cute little fabric for the back.
And the last finish is a baby quilt for my visiting teaching companion who had her third boy.
I've seen similar quilts online and wanted to try an all-solids quilt and machine quilt in circles (mine are organic!). I used the quilting guide on my machine for the first time. I would quilt like this again on a small quilt. I think I learned some things. Like, keep your eye on the guide, not on the needle.