Originally Posted by oma66
Many of you may have already done this, but maybe some have not...use a panel in an attic window design.
I think this looks wonderful. What do you think?
The windows are 5 inch squares, the frames are 2 1/2 inches, the sashing in 2 inches , first border is 2 1/2 inches and the outside border is 3 1/2 inches (all measurement are cutting measurement).
It measures 40 1/2 x 43 finished.
found this site today thanks to a friend and find it great to have all these opportunities to hang out with other quilters.
I am hoping to learn alot and possibly give some advice too
Start out the blog by posting a photo
This is 1 of the quilt blocks I am making for this charity, means alot to me, my Husband was a Viet Nam Veteran and a PROUD American and belonged to the Legion so when this opportunity came up I couldn't
Originally Posted by johns2ndwife
I did one of those awhile back but I did mine in Autumn colors (Awesome I think it was)...turned out so nice my daughter always uses it and threatens to take it home with her whenever she comes to visit me.
Originally Posted by littlebitoheaven
Thank you to everyone who commented on my daughter's quilt and for your interest in the pattern. I did get permission from Moda and Patrice (Administrator) to post the pattern here on the Board. There are 3 pages. The first 2 are the copies of the original Moda Hankie Quilt pattern that I got from the quilt store. The 3rd page is a diagram of how I set up my DD quilt showing the sashing. I also used a log cabin block in the corners of the piano key border. Good luck and thanks to all for your kind
Originally Posted by casachavez
Machine appliqued these cute little owls onto a chenille tree for my daughter's sister-in-law's new baby. The "carved heart" on the tree contains the baby's name.
Originally Posted by colleen53
My daughter saw this and asked if i could make her one too put on her mantle.. This is what she gets...
Originally Posted by Maria C
I made this for very good friends of ours when their new baby girl was born a three weeks ago. It was like a wee recovery quilt for myself as it was the first quilt I made after my mother died in October and got me back to the machine. I see thepic is still a little too big but I can sort that out now I think. Pattern was something simple for me and the parents like something a little retro so it fitted their tastes well.
Originally Posted by Yarn or Fabric
I posted yesterday my first night owl that I made from a Regina Grewe pattern. I love her patterns and can not say enough nice things about them...
Anyhooo... I promised to share more of them as I got them completed. I'll be taking an owl break for the next few days as I have a lot of house and yard work to get done... but this was a nice diversion for a bit. I'll finish them up and get it quilted next week
Here are my next four night owls. I am not 100% thrilled with
Originally Posted by BeckySt
I made these placemats for a local quilt store. The name of the pattern is Who's Place. The wings hold the silverware. I have two more to make in a different fabric line. I think they are so cute. Thanks for looking
Originally Posted by Yarn or Fabric
Regina Grewe posted two new free patterns on her web site - this is one of them. The other is a watering can to go along with her Garden Fun series... http://www.reginagrewe.de/04muster/0423vogelwelt_e.html
I have only finished one of the owls but I wanted to share it with you guys. I'm calling them Night Owls. I'm planning to make four of them in different body colors and put them together to make a small wall hanging.
I also had to share my oops! with you all.