Nina’s quilt, “Windy by the Lake” is a great example of using solid fabrics. The multiple secondary patterns are very eye catching!
The two thread colors create the pattern on the back! This quilt is very reversible. Love it!
Have a great day sewing!
I can’t help it! I love buying mini charm packs to make dolly quilts! And it gave me something to buy when I went to Paducah for Quilt Fest last month, like I needed help!
Don’t they look cute? All bundled for giving to one year old twins.
I also couldn’t resist making Liam a Marvel super hero blanket. I say blanket because it’s fabric and polar fleece quilted together, no batting. After missing his Hulk and Captain America 2 year birthday party, I knew this would be a perfect belated present.
And I think he likes it!! He has the best cheesy smile!!
Have a great holiday weekend and stay safe this Memorial Day.
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After cutting, ironing, machine sewing and hand sewing, I finished it! It’s labor intensive but worth it!
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The Magic 3D Block is available thru kitsbycarla.com
Janann’s Glacier Star palette is totally different from Mary’s and I love the desert look.The batting is a layer of Quilters Dream Blend and Dream Poly, which fills out the quilting designs nicely.
Now that I’ve figured out how to post from my phone, yay!, expect more mini posts from me!
Here’s a sneak peak at another Glacier Star quilt! Of course, it’s the back.
I’m also testing using my phone to make this blog post!
Thanks for letting me run this test!