Thursday, February 15, 2018

CQ Quilt Show

An impromtu  post of a quilt and a WIP border prep. 

This little gem is made by Rebecca.  She has another project finished for Project Linus.  I hope she will have time to write about her finished project and enlighten us as to braided vs. herringbone works. (g)

Please share your comments on Rebecca's finish on the main Cyberquilters list, so everyone will see it.

a Project Linus quilt made by Rebecca J.

And this is what I've been doing this afternoon ..................   fusing leaf/branch appliques onto the border of my braided star top.  I also spent some time in EQ trying to add some more appliques using gold with the seagreen shades,  to help fill in some open areas,  but the gems would not have branched out in the right direction, so I had to scrap that idea.  I am at the point with this one that I must plan it as I work along.

That's it for today.  Thanks so much for stopping by.

Saturday, January 27, 2018

Showing off a Cyberquilter's quilt

Not quite an entire quilt show,  but Rebecca is allowing me to showcase her most recent finish,  she has been sewing like the wind.

She said this was made from a bolt of striped fabric.   Please post your comments on the Cyberquilters list, so everyone will see them.   Thanks.

Monday, January 22, 2018

Stoplight Quilt

A new finish for my  stash of children quilts.  This project resulted from  the jelly roll challenge instigated last year over on Stashbusters yahoo group.

The Stoplight quilt, measures 44 x 50,  poly batt and multi-color fleece print on the back.  Simple quilting to keep it cuddly (okay, I was in a hurry),  straight lines with FMQ foot.  This would be my first UFO finish of the year, and it's only January.

I used this fleece on the back;

I'm joining some great linky parties this week ,  be sure to visit them to see what other creative quilters are sharing.

Thanks so much for stopping by.  Give yourself a great creative week.