I watched the You Tube video and loved the colors and design. Good Morning –Imagine my delight and surprise when I got the latest issue of BLOCK. On page 80 in the photo is a chair that is exactly the same as the chairs for my mother’s dining room set (that I now have). I remember well dusting those chairs every Saturday morning! I have attached a picture of the chair as well as a photo of the Winter Stars quilt that I completed. Loved watching the tutorial on You Tube and watch your tutorials when I spend time in my sewing room (which is a lot during the pandemic). Thank you so much for your wonderful tutorials and all the expertise you share with us! I learn something new every time I watch you on You Tube! Looking forward to the re-opening of the shops…loved our trip to Hamilton 3 years ago! Road trip coming up for my sisters and friends! All the best, Diana Thomas
I am a pattern tester for the "Tiddly Cove" pattern by Amateur Quilting Hour. I decided to use Christmas fabric. I used the snowballed corners to add two borders to the sides of my quilt. Original quilt finished at 75" x 103". My quilt finished at 93" x 103". I plan to give it to my daughter for Christmas (she is moving out of state in August). I quilted it with Wasatch Quilting design Modern Reindeer 2016, Hobbs 80/20 batting, and Omni Buff thread.
I had made a table runner using pieces of this jelly roll, but I didn't like it, so I used some more pieces of it and made this one in Nov 2019. This was while I still lived in Gainesville FL. So - I got caught up in the move and this project took a back seat. I finished quilting it Mar 30 2021 and did the binding today (Mar 31 2021). Now I have to mail it back to Gainesville as it is a gift!
I just finished adding extra borders to my Laundry Basket Quilts Alaskan Holiday quilt top. I wanted a bed size quilt. I love the diamond border. I pieced this top during the Quilt Along that happened in December. The extra borders start with the pink one. it's 113.5" square. I took pictures outside today
A cheerful spring table runner for my mother. I used Missouri Star's 5 inch tumbler template to cut out the tumblers and the flower blocks came out of a book I have called Block Magic by Nancy Johnson-Srebro. I wanted to test out my tumbler block skills for an up coming baby quilt so I designed this pattern in my head. I think it would look adorable as a lap quilt with those flowers as a border going all the way around! I used two charm packs called "Butterfly Garden" for the tumblers and flowers.
After watching Jenny's Make a Christmas Table Runner Using the Large Wedge Tool, I was inspired to make some as Christmas gifts for family in 2020. They were very well received and I enjoyed thinking about each family as I made them. I made seven total and when my husband asked which one was ours, I realized that I didn't make us one.
Another pieced table runner created in Oct 2019 (which is the first month I started quilting). This was made for a friend who asked for a Thanksgiving table runner - of course, she never stated which Thanksgiving! Now that I've made the 1000+ mile move and I am finally getting things squared away, I have found several UFOs that need attention. This one only needed to be bound - and I finished that 23 March 2021. (At least it will be in time for this Thanksgiving...right?)