Almost Alone Star!
Cheryl did a fantastic job with her color selections on batiks on the crisp white background. I did what I call “feather twirls” in a white thread color by Omni Threads. A warm and white batting by “The Warm Company”.
Mile A Minute
Wow!! Nancy did a fantastic job on this scrappy quilt. She says, “it’s one of my favorites, just so quirky’! No foundation involved (which is what she did) or a “crumb quilt”-pieced on paper. Just sew together straight edges of scraps untiil they get big enough to trim into a 6.5 inch block. I did my free motion pattern called, “swirl with a feather” in a “skylight” color thread (light blue) by Omni Threads. Nancy also chose an extra wide backing fabric (100% cotton) from fantabulousbacks.com called “Peppered cottons” by Pepper Cory for Studio E Fabrics and this particular one is named “stonewash”. Nancy also used a white cotton batting by “The Warm Company”
Concrete Jungle, Clarendon and Stockinette
Concrete Jungle by Elaine Bergman @patchworkandpoodles .I did “loop in a loop” in white thread by Omni Threads. A cotton batting by “the Warm Company was used.
Clarendon Quilt Pattern by Jenni Wingenroth. I did “clouds’ all over in a white thread color by Omni Threads. A cotton batting by “The Warm Company was used
Stockinette, A modern quilt pattern by Justine Wilson. Paige changed it up a bit with scrappy fabrics and she offset each row. I did my “feather twirl” in a white thread color by Omni Threads. A cotton batting by “The Warm Company” was used.
Equilateral Triangles was done using a die cut. From there, Chris chose her own pattern out of her head! I did an orange peel throughout with a loop to a point in the border. All done iin a white thread color by Omni Threads. Chris also chose an extra wide backng fabric from fantabulousbacks.com called “Daisy Dance” by Benartex. A cotton batting by The Warm Company” was used.
Around The Block
Around The Block for Figo Studio by Dana Willard. I did “geraniums” in a “light mulberry” thread color by Omni Threads. A cotton btting was used.