Donna shared her quilt top from our mystery block project. We love seeing the results of past exchanges and challenges!
Des finished this great modified bento box quilt.
She also brought this cute boy baby quilt made with the cute Ziggy Baby quilt pattern by Cluck Cluck Sew.
Julie made a fun bag from charm squares. She used fusible Peltex on the bottom for stiffness.
Heidi makes no-sew fleece blankets as thank you gifts for children's teachers. Even little ones can help tie the edges.
Tiffany made this cowboy baby blanket as a gift. She used clip art she found online to make the silhouettes and stitched them to the background fabric with clear thread.
Darlene used scraps of fabric and old marbles to make necklacesSome good tutorials to make these necklaces:
Bead and Knot Fabric Necklace from Skip to my Lou
Fabric Necklace from Amy Butler Designs
This green and black quilt is also from Darlene.
Darlene brought an adorable pinwheel baby quilt top. She used prairie points sewed into the border to create a pretty, touchable border that frames the pinwheels perfectly.
The pinwheels in Darlene's country quilt is made my adding a half-square triangle set to the corner of a large square as you would make a snowball block.
Denise shared the quilt she made from the block she chose for her birthday month. Shirley did the quilting and Denise added scrappy binding to finish it off.
Rosemary loved the quilt from March/April 2011 issue of Love of Quilting and was inspired to create a similar quilt.
She used hand-embroidered blocks in place of the center panel and used bright spring colors for tulip borders. Gorgeous!!!