Here it is my completed quilt top. I decided to enhance my Salem Quilt Guild fabric theme by adding printed blocks cut from Meg Hawkey's coordinating panel from the same line at Crabapple Hill Studios. I really like the airy feel of separating the blocks with a light tone on tone fabric.
Block Lucky 13 is released for the Sew Let's Quilt Along Mystery Quilt and it is mine!
It is called, "Who's Got the Thimble?" and is based on a game from my childhood. Do you see where one Thimble is missing from the shelf?
Block 12 of the 2019 Mystery Quilt Along is Rotary Cutter by Sandy Maxfield @ SandyStar Designs. The Sew Let's Quilt Along is brought to you by Partners in Design. The Rotary Cutter definitely deserves its own block because it has revolutionized quilt making!
I am so excited to be part of Sherry Shish's Barn Quilt BOM Quilt Along! Sherry @Powered by Quilting and I both belong to Partners in Design, which is a group of bloggers and quilt designers who enjoy working together. As a group, we have designed three quilt alongs. You can read about them here.
Block 11 of the 2019 Mystery Quilt Along is By the Bolt by Beca Fenstermaker @ Pretty Piney. The Sew Let's Quilt Along is brought to you by Partners in Design. This is a great block to showcase the focus fabrics of your quilt!
Block 10 of the 2019 Mystery Quilt Along is Buttons by Laura Piland @ Slice of Pi Quilts. The Sew Let's Quilt Along is brought to you by Partners in Design. Buttons is a clever block that you will enjoy making!
We have now released all of the blocks for Segment 2. Wow I can't believe that we have only one segment left! This post will remind you about how to enter for the Segment 2 prizes and will show you where to go for small project ideas.
Block 9 of the 2019 Mystery Quilt Along is I Love to Quilt by Kathleen McCormick @ Kathleen McMusing. The Sew Let's Quilt Along is brought to you by Partners in Design. Kathleen's block says how we all feel about quilting. I am so happy to include it in the quilt!
Block 8 of the 2019 Mystery Quilt Along is Pin Cushion by Sherry Shish @ Powered by Quilting The Sew Let's Quilt Along is brought to you by Partners in Design. Of course I made my pin cushion a pumpkin instead of a tomato. Pumpkin Pin Cushions are what all the Salem Guild members use!
Just in time for Flag Day (June 14) and the 4th of July! Join in the Fat Quarter Shop Quilt Along (affiliate link) and make a patriotic table runner. The pattern is even free! What could be better?
I am a quilter who is starting a new adventure. After retiring in May 2016, I became a certified Quilt in a Day Instructor. I am certified to teach workshops using Quilt in a Day patterns and techniques. In addition, I am designing my own quilt patterns.
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