Need I say more! I used this last half of my older Moda layer cake on this quilt. It’s a tutorial by Jenny and ‘so easy’ is an understatement. Jenny always makes things easier but you can’t get tutorials any easier than this. The layer cake was sent to me by another quilter, as she said she hasn’t any children to sew for anymore. This is 41 inch square after quilting and will go to charity. I only put a 3 inch border, so my fabric back would fit. I also have a tip. *To have all your charms that you cut be the same, for your corner and setting triangles, pay attention for placement. I have a photo but the second photo here is usually too small to show the placement. I may have to make another post. Have a great day!-Toogie
This pattern was done as a tutorial on Donna Jordans’ website. It is a Halloween Table Square Pattern measuring 54 by 54. I thought it would make a nice wall hanging for my porch. I made the pattern. Got it all quilted and went to bind it and notice I had two pieces flipped. Well, I bound it and hung it anyway. I figured as people drive by the house, they won’t be there long enough find the mistake.
Another baby boy tumbler quilt. I really enjoy these tumbler quilts. They are easy to piece and quick to quilt! My daughter likes the idea of finding a matching stuff animal to go along with it, so this time we found a cute black bear stuff animal. The fabric is called "Modern Lodge" by Benertex.
Made from a panel meant to be sewn like a vest over a sweatshirt . I didn't follow the pattern as I didn't like the gap by the sleeve. I cut the sweat shirt up the middle and fitted the pattern printed on panel to the shirt. Then I sewed on all the patterns in design to make it appear quilted. Another church sale item but if no one buys this it is coming back home for me.
The very first quilt I've made. This quilt holds all the love, hope I had in my heart and my mind as I was sewing while my daughter was expecting. One side, the back is a fleece fabric with a Christmas spirit. The front is made of symbols. The flags and guards for my husbands country. The center panel, the road connecting family members (and it could be used as a playmat). The 4 pictures are photos printed on fleece fabric. Photos of our family members. The persons who love the little boy to be born; his mum, his grandparents (my husband and I), his great grandparents (my parents) and his great great grandmother (my grandmother, with my daughter when she was 10 years-old). A way for me to give him a reminder of the fact he is loved and always will be.
Hello! Just finished piecing this, but can’t hand off to a quilter as our group has decided not to meet, for a while. Covid high here. Will go to a Veteran eventually. This panel seemed to have enough going on that I wanted something simple but meaningful. Never tire of seeing our flag colors. Size 63.5 X 82 Hope all are safe & well-Toogie
I found this quilt kit at the Garden of Quilts in Utah. I was able to use leftover fabric to piece the back making it a reversible table runner. It was my first time using machine appliqué with clear thread and first time machine quilting a bigger project.
I used up much stash and panel pieces and applique panels to make 12 pillows most for Christmas . One is a autumn colors rail fence pattern. Our 11th annual Church bazaar is this coming weekend so made these to put out with other items I have posted here this year. There are 2 of each pillow design but but 6 of the long narrow Christmas bulb light ones.