Our quilt guild,Memory Makers of LaSalle Parish Louisiana chose string blocks as our annual challenge. I did not want to do a “standard” string block and when I found the Wacky Web pattern by Missouri Star, I had to try it. The guild also chooses at least one charity every year. This year we made lap quilts or throws for an assisted living facility. This is where my Wacky Web will find it’s new home. The strings were from my stash and the black was from a charm pack.
I needed to make a wedding gift for a “purple” bedroom. I wasn’t given the shade or tone of the purple. I found this Pattern on Missouri Star Quilts website, and knew it was the perfect Pattern. I changed the colors, and purchased the Pattern and fabrics from Missouri Star. I’m fairly new to quilting, so I’m pretty happy with how this gift quilt came together!
My neighbors were on their deck on Fathers Day watching the sunset. Their deck collapsed sending seven family members to the hospital. Our small community did an auction to raise funds to help pay medical bills for the family. I invited some friends over and we made the Flower Glass quilt for the auction. We didn’t have enough matching fabric for the back so I used the left over blocks and made the quilt reversible.
Wedding present for a dear friends' son. My daughter and her son went from kindergarten thru high school together. Wanted to congratulate him and his new bride. Pattern was from Block magazine summer Vol 5 Issue 3 2018. I used the fabric listed in the pattern Blossom Batiks Splash. Quilted by MSQC.
Nearly every summer we visit our good friend on Deer Isle in Maine, an artist and Veteran, who lives on the seacoast in an 1850s white-shingled farmhouse with a clapboard barn. I made this Big Wonky Stars pattern from Missouri Star Quilt Co to say thanks for his hospitality and snapped this photo in front of his studio. LA design is Star Spangled Allover by Urban Elementz.