This was a bear paw block I had made for my Wooley Bear Paw Wall Quilt, but decided not to use this color in it. So, instead, I am using it for one of my I Walked The Line Challenge blocks. This is No. 13 of 52 and did Radiating Lines (WALK by Jacquie Gering) or also called Bright Star (EXPLORE Walking Foot Quilting by Leah Day). I used MSQC Bear Paw of Point Quilt pattern (BLOCK Idea Book Vol 7, Issue 6, 2020, Page 14), only this single block is not on point! I also learned how to make flanged binding thanks to Natalie's MSQC Final Stitch Video. (My new love for binding, from now on! Thank You, Natalie!) Fabric: Woolies Flannel by Bonnie Sullivan Jelly Roll and 10" squares, and Woolies Flannel by Bonnie Sullivan Brown and Black Weave Flannel yardage was used for background and backing.
Using Jenny's "Baby Block Star" tutorial, I pieced this quilt over 2 years ago. Finally got around to quilting it. Measures 42 x 42 and I am using it as a wall hanging. I couldn't get the tutorial to come up below, but this is where it's at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vZAe5BTrqo
I made Jenny's "Good Fortune" quilt for a friend fighting colon cancer. I had picked up the Regency Metallic layer cake on a Daiiy Deal. Since she loves blue this was the perfect fabric. I backed it in the same floral as the border. I gifted it yesterday, she loved it.
A cheerful spring table runner for my mother. I used Missouri Star's 5 inch tumbler template to cut out the tumblers and the flower blocks came out of a book I have called Block Magic by Nancy Johnson-Srebro. I wanted to test out my tumbler block skills for an up coming baby quilt so I designed this pattern in my head. I think it would look adorable as a lap quilt with those flowers as a border going all the way around! I used two charm packs called "Butterfly Garden" for the tumblers and flowers.
I used Jenny's Double-Slice quilt pattern to whip up a quilt for a colleague having a tough time. I wanted it to be bright and happy and wanted to use something from my stash. I had always loved these fabrics, so it was an easy choice. I'd had the fabric so long that I don't even remember the name. It is backed with Shannon. I bound it in red polka dot, which I thought was fun. This one is in the mail! I hope she feels loved when she wraps up in it.
I wanted to make two of the same quilt from the same jelly roll. I got the first one made and I just love it. So I was really excited to make the second one. That is when the happy accident happened. I turned one of the half square triangles. That created a different block around the pinwheel that forms where the blocks come together. I had most of the blocks together when I saw it so I decided to just leave it. So I have Antique Lace and Antique Lace 2
I just finished adding extra borders to my Laundry Basket Quilts Alaskan Holiday quilt top. I wanted a bed size quilt. I love the diamond border. I pieced this top during the Quilt Along that happened in December. The extra borders start with the pink one. it's 113.5" square. I took pictures outside today