Judy - Gorgeous! I'm so envious! You are such an inspiration...
Candis - Love the butterfly quilt (great idea!). Can't wait to see it finished!
Started this I Spy Jar quilt yesterday and finished today...just needs binding and delivering :)
Candis, your work is amazing! The butterflies are so pretty and the way you put together the quilt for Julienne is fantastic!
Judy, another beautiful quilt! Yours always are. I really like the sashing and the borders.
What a precious quilt, Diane! And thanks for adding another quilt to my list of "I-want-to-make-ones."
Here's the one I finished today. This quilt is made from my late boyfriend's shirts and will be a gift to his 16 year old nephew. Patrick and his nephew were very close. The black and red were Patrick's favorite colors. He liked anything Irish so I did the quilting with a Celtic knot pattern. Also, he always wore a Celtic cross on a chain around his neck- so I added a Celtic cross connected with a chain pattern to the sashing and some of the blocks. The back of the quilt has elements from the Periodic Table- Patrick was a chemist.
Dianne so cute, boy your fast! Love it! Carol. That is a very wonderful quilt ! So sweet to make that and give to the nephew! Nice pattern too. Love seeing every ones work!
Didash, I've wanted to make one of these. I love your jar ingredients. Mickey Mouse in a jar! So cool. Two days, that's speedy. Great job.
In the beautiful Pacific Northwest!
My goodness, Carol. That is a real labor of love. How beautiful and how unique to add the elements on the back.
Thank you everyone. I enjoyed making this quilt, especially since I was able to mostly use my stash.
What a considerate and beautiful gift. I am sure the nephew will cherish it.
I love all of your things to "spy". You will have to give us all speeding lessons, you are so fast getting your projects done.
It was great to get on here tonight & see what you all are making! Great quilts from great quilters :-) I worked on a t-shirt quilt for one of DH's nephews yesterday & today. The shirts are in rows so now I have to decide if I will sash between the rows or just add a border - it's pretty big already. It sure felt good to sew two days in a row.
Nice job Judy. So good to see that the animals approve.
I always know something is finished when the cat curls up on it.
from Western New York
Eileen, will look forward to seeing your Tshirt quilt when it's finished. That's something I've never tried.