Posted 2015-05-14 8:24 AM (#80635) Subject: May finishes
Location: Far Northern California
Here's an art wall hanging I made for testing Willow Bend Creations pattern. You iron on the image to a stabilizer, then cut it out and iron it onto your project. If you dont' want to cut out all those little areas, then you can buy them laser cut.
Posted 2015-05-23 1:48 PM (#80669 - in reply to #80635) Subject: RE: May finishes
Location: Winter Garden, FL
Here are two quilts I finished this week. The first is a stack & whack variation called 4 patch posy. I think my seahorse fabric is a little too busy, or maybe the directional print wasn't the best to use. I find the kaleidoscopes to be a little boring. I had an extra block so I used it in the back.
This one is a baby quilt for Mark's boss's son and DIL. They are expecting their second baby next month. The pattern is Playful Rings from Artelas Quilts. It's really just a nine patch and snowball...the rings come from color placement. I used the corners cut off the snowballs in the border. The backing is the same fabric as the border.
Posted 2015-05-23 9:20 PM (#80671 - in reply to #80635) Subject: Re: May finishes
I really like your posy patch quilt. I made one a couple years ago, but I didn't put mine on point like yours! I think I may have to make another one....when I find the right fabric.
I made one similar to your playful rings quilt too, I think it was call I spy with a twist or something like that.
I need to add the bottom border to a Thimbleberries camp fire quilt, but I forgot to bring the last 2 cornerstones for the borderline camp, so that will have to wait until I get home.
And now I'm going to do some more sewing on a Thangles Milky Way quilt. I got about half the blocks done, so I should be able to get a good start on the other half this weekend.