This is the reverse side of my Weave It quilt posted here. I thought it was worth showing the back separately. It is made from older Moda yardage called Apple Jack , passed on to me by another quilter. This will go to charity. Size is 50 inch square. I was sent two pieces of the yardage. Can you find where I had to piece the Apple Jack fabric for length?
This fabric was given to me by the choir director at our church. She said I purchased thinking I would make maybe a tablecloth or runner or placemats. I had it for several years not knowing what to do with it. So I asked her which did she want this year? She said make whatever as I do not want it. It was a applique piece but had match yardage for back. So now it is a Christmas tree skirt.
This quilt was in the Quick and Easy Quilts Magazine June/July 2021 Issue. I made it for my great nephew. My mother in law is no longer with us but she used to collect owls. I think this might be a quilt my niece might like/cherish. I also added pieces of my mother and father law clothing in the stars. Hope they like it.
My cousin requested a twin size blue diagonal squares baby quilt for her first baby due in November. I bought two fabrics and used the rest from my collection. I cut 10" squares. I'll probably quilt some kind of swirls or geometric design on my longarm. 74" x 93"
Nearly 5 years ago we stopped in Paducah KY on a road trip home to Iowa to see family. I did visit the museum and also a Eleanor Burns quilt shop. This apron pattern is one of the items I purchased in her shop. This is my last item for the fall church sale which is this coming weekend.
This is a tip, for a placement step in this turtorial Jenny has given us, to make the Charm Quilt on Point. To make all your corners and side setting triangles the same, place your likefabric charms in the placement where Jenny says to cut on the 6th row charm at a diagonal up to the right top corner and on the 7th row charm diagonally down to the bottom right charm. When you continue her tutorial you will end up with all your outer half charms alike. I have the finished quilt in another post.
I signed up to take a mini quilt class and had purchased batiks. Unfortunately, by the time I got home with them, I did not have enough time to get them washed and pressed, so I used these, which were left over from a previous project. Anyway, I was pleased with the way this turned out. To be quite frank, I expected more of a "mini" than this, but I learned the concepts. (This piece is approximately 14" x 14".)
I signed up to take a mini quilt class and had purchased batiks. but I did not have time to get them washed and pressed, These are the batiks I had chosen to use for the class. This one was more difficult, primarily because I arbitrarily changed my 1/4" seams and messed up the spacing, so I punted and tried to pull it off. I think I will do this again, but swap the blue for the purple. (This piece is approximately 14.5" x 14.5".)