Originally Posted by sewmom
all of the quilts were UFOs from last year or the year before. i am so glad to get them finished. the Christmas place mats I made last fall and wasn't sure how to quilt them. the blue/green ones I made from leftover blocks
Originally Posted by ontheriver
My latest scrappy, finished the binding today. It is made with 2 1/2 in strips. Called Merry Go Round from American Patchwork and quilting Feb. 2012. I just quilted with simple straight lines and used fleece for the backing and no batting. It is soft and cozy. The second one is from a previous post, paper pieced friendship stars, finally quilted and bound.
Originally Posted by YukonViv
Yay!!! I've done all I can do on this pattern, I tell you it was exhausting, so much pressing.
I just need to find the perfect border fabric now...I had a deadline to get this far as this Sunday...whew...made it. We're heading west to Alaska on a road trip Monday morning and I'm taking this with me...it'll be my excuse to stop at "several" quilt shops along the way. (Palmer, Anchorage, Fairbanks)
The pattern is called Counterpoint and it's by Mountain Peek Creations.
Originally Posted by CoventryUK
I had lots of HSTs (half square triangles!) in my 30s fabric box. I had seen a similar quilt on Pinterest so had a play!! I am pleased with the result!!! I will back and bind in the green gingham fabric and that's another baby quilt done!! Ooooops!!! Picture loaded sideways!!.just spotted one square wrong way round!!!! Oh....sugar!!!!
Originally Posted by butter14562
Thanks for looking. This is my first twin quilt, and I learned a lot here at the quilting board to complete this goal. Thanks.
Originally Posted by CoventryUK
I have just finished the binding on this Quilt Just needs a label and it's on the way to Hyderabad, India!!! All 1930s repro fabrics. Wonky Stars....fine wool batting....quilted by my Long Arm Quilter friend. My DH plays Scrabble on line with an Indian lady...this is for her 2yr old daughter! This is one of my favourite patterns...great to use up some scraps....though they don't seem to diminish!!!!
Originally Posted by loisf
Here is a photo of the quilt that inspired my quilt. It's easier to see the pattern on this photo. I cut 8.5" squares of the Marimekko scraps and two white pieces (3.5"x 8.5" and 3.5"x 11.5") for each block. The blocks finished at 11" square when the quilt was assembled. Then you just rotate them to get the desired effect. The borders were also 3.5" wide. The king size quilt was 106" x 117", 9 blocks by 10 blocks. Thanks for your kind comments.
Originally Posted by carolaug
Some may remember back in 2010 I did a $120.00 DYI of my ugly kitchen until we could afford to have it totally redone. I had those ugly 1970 lamimate cabinets, old appliances, laminate countertops...well my redo was awesome, painted the cabinets white with special cabinet paint, sprayed my countertops and then coated them with clear poyurathine (how ever that is spelled) put on knobs and lasted 4 years and even would be longer, but we saved, and saved and decided to
Originally Posted by applique
Couldn't resist. Think I'll make a series of these.
Originally Posted by Sallyjane
Sweet little Lily, born with Down's syndrome, needed a bright, highly textured quilt, and that is what she got.
I used texture-magic for the small "L", the rest of the letters are minkee. The dot for the "i" has a crinkly bow hiding under the stitching.
If you look closely, there are little "Day of the Dead" skulls on some of the black and white print. Lily's parents are amazing in SO many ways, but rather than go on and on, I will just tell