Jeanette made this beauty in a class at Judy's Quilt and sew. It was fun to quilt!
Thursday, July 29, 2010
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Karen's Getting Old
When my sister turned 50, we gave her an assortment of at least 50 bright fabrics. This is what she made!
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My grandson needed some new bibs. I got a little carried away. It was fun using the novelty fabrics!
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Quilts made with this block have shown up on my blog several times - all ladies from the same bee.
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Susan's Storm at Sea
Storm at Sea can be really tricky to piece. Susan used special templates and got great results.
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This is going to a lucky friend of Sandy's. It is quilted with Anne Bright's "Flower Power" pantograph.
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Monday, July 19, 2010
Schley and Bunny's Project
Bunny collected this textiles in her travels. She wanted to make a wall quilt to display them.
Enter Schley who designed the quilt. To gain control, she decided to base everything on a 5 inch grid.
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Carol's Day and Night
Won't this look lovely on a bed?! There are a lot of odd shaped in this block!
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Sue's Beveled Blocks
Sue ordered a kit from KeepSake Quilting and added more of her own neutral batiks to make this gorgeous quilt.
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Meg's Wedding Gift
Meg made this as a wedding gift for her son and new daughter-in-law. Simple but very interesting!
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Betty created this for her husband. They enjoy a family cabin in Michigan and she thought this would be perfect. It has lots of visual interest!
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Lori made this quilt in a class at Judy's Quilt and Sew in Hampshire.
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A Change of Pace
Just in case you need a break from looking at quilts..... Here's an arrangement I made with odd plants from my garden.
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Isn't this an interesting pattern?! Kate made this for her grandson.
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Debby's Baby Quilt
Debby and her daughter-in-law chose these fun fabrics for a quilt for the first grand child.
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Elaine's Dresden Plate
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Cathie's T-shirt Quilt
Another t-shirt quilt constructed by the t-shirt quilt queen (scroll down to see many more). This one is quilted with a large meander.
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Lynn's Yellow Brick Road
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