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Originally Posted by Daylesewblessed
Last summer I made a few blocks for this quilt and posted them on the board. Many months later the quilt is now finished.
It is a QAYG quilt set on point, and the blocks are made from embroidery pieces, such as old pillowcases and dresser scarves. I used the sew and flip technique with vintage fabric scraps (most are authentic, some are reproductions, some are unknown).
This quilt will be donated to the Red Willow Bible Camp quilt auction fundraiser.
Originally Posted by NOELLA
This quilt is a jelly roll, it is a quilt as you go starting with the diamond in the middle placing a piece of fabric on each side of diamond until completed,I quilted a butterfly in the middle fmq. by the way the binding came as extra for the binding .
Originally Posted by ontheriver
Here are a few more: 1st is a full size top, still needs quilting.
Then two baby quilts, the blue I just did simple wavy line quilting, the other is hand quilted SITD, they just need binding.
Next is a preview of a WIP for #8 - all the blocks are made, just have to finish putting them together.
Originally Posted by twoxover
I finished the table runner this am. easy peasy...but fun to do! i realized half way through, if i were so i included to practice free motion quilting, this would be the thing to do it on. instead, i just used a loopy stitch in the ditch...got to practice using some of the specialty stitches on my viking tribute!
it's bright and happy
Originally Posted by cowpie2
I fell in love with this set of charms and when craftsy had them on sale for really really cheap I bought a bunch. Made two quilts using the charms with different looks. I love both of them.
Originally Posted by DeneK
I think I am going to call this Alien Moons.
Originally Posted by sharoney
This is one of the quilts I pieced while recovering from shoulder surgery. The fabric is from Connecting Threads, and the pattern is just HST.
Originally Posted by debbieoh
Had to share this site . Never seen it before. all kinds of cool FREE patterns!! have fun.
Originally Posted by Johanna Fritz
I love to design quilts in EQ7. I make free patterns for Quilts for Kids-Milwaukee Chapter. I enjoy taking a very simple block and changing up the setting to have many possibilities. With this one block I made 10 very different settings. I have 3 attached below, plus the rotary cutting guide and a block diagram.
This makes a 6 inch finished block, so that the HST can be made with charm squares, and the squares and rectangles can be cut from Jelly Roll strips that are 2.5" wide.