SHARING YOUR PROJECTS
June 2019 | I am happy to display photos of your paper-pieced projects.
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Valentine Rose by Elaine Nixon, Camrose, Alberta, Canada
Thanks for the Valentine Heart pattern. I am a member of an International Sorority. We have a theme each year and 2019 was "A Quilt of Friendship." Our organization also uses the yellow rose as a symbol of our sisterhood.
My secret sister for this year is a breast cancer survivor. Your Valentine Heart pattern allowed an opportunity to incorporate a pink support ribbon and a yellow rose in the quilt as my end of year gift to reveal I have been her secret sister. It was a fun, quick project.
Valentine Rose pattern available
If It Bothers You by Susan Holman
I really enjoyed using your a to z, 123 pattern to sew up one of my favorite quotes. I’ve shared this quilt on Facebook to a group of quilters. Many of them asked where to get the pattern and I told them so expect some orders! Thanks for sharing your creativity with us.
Be My Valentine
by Teresa Catlett, Booneville, Arkansas
Sending a pic of my project. I enjoyed working on it, thought it was a very pretty pattern!
Be My Valentine pattern
is in the Coming Gallery
Quiltzilla by Teri Keizer, Oregon
I finally got "Quiltzilla" finished. I think she looks mean...perhaps she is frowning upon my less than stellar performance at matching up her sections. She is going to hang on the outside of my sewing room door to keep interlopers out (kitties, husband, bad juju, etc.) Happy sewing!
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Something Fishy by Lisa Davis
Just completed the bass to be used as part of a table runner for our guild's Spring Challenge next year. Love how he turned out! Thank you so much for the pattern design! I had a blast making this block.
Overhead Plane by Sue Reno
Well I got the jet done, putting it in the middle of my quilt. Think my lighter gray is too light, but not redoing it...lol, but I think he will like it. Thank you for allowing me to increase the size. The block is around 19 x 19... great size for my first piecing block.
[Enlarging, reducing, or modifying patterns is always allowed when it is for personal use, for both free and purchased patterns--Linda]