Originally Posted by Iris P.
Puck116--love your quilts! and have loved looking at all the rest that people have posted...they are wonderful and unique, and superbly scrappy! I too like to make them and here are some of mine...
Originally Posted by buddy'smom
Yes it really is and a very pretty one to. This is a great one for those fabric's you hate to cut.
Originally Posted by Sandy64
Great pattern to use for a quick "need one now" quilt
Originally Posted by JanTx
Here's my grandson with his teacher and aide and the quilts I made for them. The top of the little white head you can see is my mother. She's so proud of my "work". She made sure she was there when the quilts were given so she could get a picture. Grandson goes to a Christian school associated with the church my mother attends. She volunteers in the food pantry once a week and got one of the other volunteers to go with her to take the pictures. I love it!
Originally Posted by solstice3
This was very simple to make but a great pattern for a quick quilt.
Originally Posted by JanTx
Fabrics - started with a Missouri Quilt Co Deal of the Day - a 30-piece layer cake of Vivaldi. Added the jelly roll of the same line and the backing fabric of one of them.
Pattern - searched for "layer cake and jelly roll" and found it. Basically you cut the layer cake in half and put strips on each side. You did trim it down - maybe 8.5"? - to make it square. Alternate block directions and you've got it.
Borders - none. This may be my first borderless
Originally Posted by dluvs2quilt
LOOK!!!! Another fabric sale.
Originally Posted by Julie in WA
I made this for my niece who just graduated from high school! I wanted to do something rather modern and fun; without knowing what colors she likes, I used my stash of black and white fabrics to create this quilt. And her name on the back makes the quilt reversable, if she likes.
I used a tutorial found here: http://crazymomquilts.blogspot.com/2...vin-on-up.html
It was a quick and easy assembly. I quilted it on my Juki using my walking foot to create some straight line
Originally Posted by Cindy60545
Someone PM'd me for the tute on the French Braid Table Runner & I had forgotten I had an even simpler one than the one I posted before. This one only requires 3 fat quarters to make. It's in .pdf so anyone can open it.
Originally Posted by SueDor
I have braided a rug and I like the toothbrush rug better, I think is quicker. With the braided rug, you have to have 3 strips of fabric and you braid it, then you make it in the shape that you want. With the toothbrush rug, all you are doing is tying knots and working in the shape you want practically right away.
Originally Posted by dublb
I told works4me that I'd do picts of this method. Here they are.
I was playing with these leftover pieces last fall when I should have been workin' on my DGSons's Solar System quilt. When DDIL gits pregnant again I'll use these blocks & the other scraps ta make a quilt for that child.
These are just picts of the pieces so you can see how they go tagether.
The first 3 picts are of blocks already made.
This one is already trimmed