The pattern is called Mod Bear Paw by sewfreshquilts. It was a little bit of “a bear” to make. There were a lot of 1” squares to work with and a number of narrow (3/4”) WOF strips to cut. I really struggle with cutting such narrow strips accurately. All in all though, I’m glad I made it, ‘cause I DO love a challenge. The instructions and illustrations were great...as always with Lorna’s patterns. The bear paw blocks are made from Blank Quilting Primitive Basics that I won in a giveaway. This is just the top. Lately I’ve only done tops and I store them until I am ready to gift them.
Not quilted yet, but I’m so excited! This is my FIRST queen sized quilt. I’ve only made throws and baby quilts. My daughter is getting married in April so...here is it. I’ve got toppers for shams too. (Not quite sure what to do with those yet).
My new go-to for baby quilts is this aqua colorway. This is my first on-point quilt with cutting setting and corner triangles. This sweet baby is due Jan. 29, 2020. This finished at 42 x 42. I was inspired by someone on quiltsbyme who did Donna Jordan's bead quilt.
Having fun with the quick curve ruler again. Designed this using a Christmas ornament pattern from Sew kind if wonderful. I used cascading feathers and strings of pearls in the negative space and simple diamonds in the four patches on point. I struggled trying to match the pattern in the harlequin fabric, I will try to avoid using similar patterned fabric with the curved piecing.
I just finished piecing this Garden Stroll quilt top from American Patchwork and Quilting June 2013. I fell in love with this pattern when I saw it online. I used fabrics in teal, turquoise, aqua, and burgundy through light pink. I added two additional borders to make it queen size. 2nd picture is from pattern. 95" square
Update: added the last two corners today. My friend will quilt it soon for our guild's quilt show. I'll update after quilting. . I cut out pieces on my accuquilt Studio for my friends Flurry quilt top. I used interfacing and sewed around the edges to turn right side out to give a finished edge. My friend and I placed the pieces and ironed the pieces for the center snowflake and started on two corners. I need to cut out more orange peel pieces to finish the corners. We added in small and medium orange peels, so it's a little different from the original. 111" x 111"
This is a quilt top I made a long time ago after watching Jenny’s Jelly Roll Race 3 tutorial. I cut the strips out of a Brown boutique material I had on hand. I never really thought I would like working with Boutiques but I like the finished quilt.
This is my "go to" pattern for a quick table runner. It's made with mini charms and background yardage. Pattern is called Scrappy Trails from Pieced Tree patterns, but doesn't call for a border. The border increases it from a 10.5" x 42.5" runner to 16" x 48".
This is a nice easy fast free pattern from All People Quilt. Instead of a 4.5" square as called for in the pattern, I used 5" squares. Squares are mostly from the Landon Creek line by Paula Barnes, but I did throw a few others in. Border and backing were out of my stash. New Years Resolution, buy less, use more stash, LOL. Measures 22' x 43"