Originally Posted by Florence2015
Every year my former boss (I am now retired) rents a house at SunRiver and
we stay the weekend and visit the Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show. 9 of us this year but
only about 3 of us are quilters. Here are some of my favorites quilts (out of
1,000). P.S. No "Men in Quilts" calendar this year (boo hoo).
Originally Posted by paintmejudy
The first one is from a Quiltville's blog pattern, someone posted one earlier and I found the pattern. Thanks for the link, but forgot who posted it. Made a small charity to see how it went, and when I got the hang of it, it went quickly, and am sure anothr one of these quilts will find its way out of the scrap box.
Abouth the second one: Last week recycler posted a quilt that I copied ("copied" is such a nasty word!), but I guess that is what I did, but used larger squares,
Originally Posted by girliegirl
I want to do a quilt for Christmas .... show me yours.....
Originally Posted by Marley46
I have just finished this scrappy quilt top.
Originally Posted by recycler
Hope I do this right! i started this quilt for a young friend who graduated from college in May and will head to grad school next week...not a minute to spare!
Originally Posted by ontheriver
The first is a 60 x 60 lap quilt I made from a picture. The second is a twin size scrappy 16 Patch. Happy 4th of July all.
Originally Posted by Billi
Last week I was finally able to give my fil and mil the quilts I finished awhile back. The fabrics are all the same I just wanted one totbe more masculine and one feminine. I think I succeeded. . So here is "life in the fast lane" a cozy quilt pattern and "Sunburst Dresden" Jenny Doan tutorial.
Originally Posted by lsb142
Finished table runner using charm pack. Really fun project.
Originally Posted by Maureen NJ
I also liked this quilt from someone on the QB and have saved it for awhile. Would look cute in polka dots. And easy too.
Originally Posted by Lynnie25
Here are a few landscape quilts I have made over the past few weeks to be part of a display in a local gallery. I have never been a fan of landscape quilts and these were the first ones I have made, and I have to admit they were a lot of fun to do.