The Utah State Fair Chooses a theme and sells a fat quarter of a specific fabric to be used in the wall quilt. 2019 Theme was Kiss 'n Teal with teal fabric. I titled my quilt "Kiss 'n Teal me If He Loves Me or He Loves Me Not". For the background I chose to use the "Charm Quilt on Point Tutorial" I made the squares 3" instead of 5" to keep within the size parameters. I won a blue ribbon!
Finished 4 of these wine table runners and mixed the design bottles in a different order for each one. Used Halloween , Christmas, Fonts writing of wine names and plain wine purple for the backs. Pattern was given to me by friend. Posted the first runner a few days ago. Thought you all would like to see how different they are with mixing up the design of the bottles.
I needed yet another baby quilt. Found these fat quarters in my stash, added some background white and...another baby girl quilt is born. I only had the FQ left overs for the border and binding and I think it worked out well overall. Had enough scraps leftover for one burp cloth. This was a free pattern from Amy Smart. She has 3 different star pattern on her blog for free. I used Riley Blake white on white swiss dot for background and Wheat threat for the quilting in my fav daisy, butterflies and hearts.
I watched Jenny's tutorial and ordered the ruler from MSQC for the Rhumbus Star. I made mine the smaller stars like in her baby quilt. This was for a veteran that was in the Navy. I had some Navy branch of service material (the light blue) and the gray has the choppers and planes. It was presented to the Veteran last month and he was so appreciative. We are the ones so grateful for his and other Veterans' service! Thank you Jenny for making this quilt pattern so easy to make! PS. I met Jenny last year at one of her classes/shows in Hamilton,Missouri (!!!) and showed her a photo of my 50th anniversary quilt!! My friend told my husband, my meeting Jenny was equivalent to her meeting Elvis!-lol