Showing off my two latest twin size quilts, made from the same pattern (designed by me!). Spangled Stars in red, white, and blue, and Lily Pond in teal, blue, green, and fuschia. Love them both!
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.
To go along with my Patriotic Wave Table Runner, which sits on a hutch, I made matching placements with the remaining strips. Now I'm ready to celebrate the Fourth!
Just in time for the Fourth of July, I designed this easy and beautiful table runner to celebrate the red, white, and blue of the USA!
I think I am so sick, last year at the quilt show I got a darling hot pink 221 , well today I ordered hot pink rottery cutter, matt, seam ripper and scissors! I have Ott lamp to match and pink pin cushion and pink pins, yes I think I'm sick lol
I need a quick and easy table topper or runner with a Japanese theme for a gift. Any Ideas???
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.
This is from the "Superman" pattern in Turning Twenty: Simply Sashed. I used one of Robert Kaufman's La Scala lines (he has several, but I'm not sure which number this is) and supplemented from stash.
64" x 75" Cotton top/back; poly batting
I love your cover.
Originally Posted by Annz
I think it is adorable.