Each month we got another set of directions. I behaved for the first few rounds, but then I went rouge! Did finish with their last directions. My card trick was hard as of course it didn’t include the weird size I needed. Again did some outline to make the piecing stand out and filled in all the background with a small meander.
This interlocking pattern looks like the start of a foot race. All the different teams bunched together, taking off at the same time. Just a thought. 72” x 78” The black is too stark, bold. It overshadows the blue and tan. I had a lot of trouble getting intersections to line up nicely.
I was given two panels just alike. This is the first one I have made. Panel is by Northcott. I made 12 inch Ohio Stars and then cut my stripes at 4.5 inch . Very easy to put together and center up the panel with the blocks around. Another Quilt of Valor finish.
Another QOV pieced and really ‘hot off the press’.-lol I just finished about 15 minutes ago to take to the quilter tomorrow at our meeting. It’s off a picture I saw online. I really liked the 2in brown strips fabric. My sister said it looks just like the eagles feathers. When I say I had just enough, believe me. I might have a 2x3 piece left. Thank goodness one of the presentations was rescheduled for a later date. We needed 16 quilts done by the first week in June, but now we can catch our breath-lol- Toogie
I made this for my friends' birthday. She lives on a acreage. and had chickens. They were her pets 4 of them. Some sort of animal possibly a Wessel or fox got in the hen house and killed them. I hope she likes this pillow. it is for a bench as it is38 x 16. Pattern is called "Charming Chicks". Exclusive pattern from Annies CraftStore.com
Needed a project to take to the hills. Took a layer cake and then found the strip in my stash. Have been wanted to make this pattern with patriotic so this was a “practice”. Found the fleece with bats at Joanns. My daughter loved it so gave it to her. She proudly displayed it. :)
This was a panel from a friend who like me just moved to a retirement community. However, she is not adjusting well and has started give away some of her sewing supplies. She said her little place has no room for all her supplies. So, I finished this panel and as she is part of our quilting group that has a bazaar. It will be offered for sale. The back is angel print. I added the gold and teal and brown to the panel and quilted around each framed photo in panel.