Friday, May 11, 2018

A Mini Quilt Show

One of the things I love the most is to see a quilt that was made using one of my patterns.  It is so rewarding to see how different each quilt looks.

Recently a number of these quilts have been shared with me so I thought I would post them here so you could see them too!



One of my client's is getting ready for the 4th of July with this red, white and blue rendition of my Spin! pattern.  She pulled all of the fabrics from her scrap bin!


A former student of my Spin! class sent me this photo of her quilt top.  I love how she pulled the colors in the spin out to the border.  Quilters are so clever!




I also had the pleasure of quilting up this Wiggle Time quilt featuring Oregon Duck fabrics.  This quilt will be perfect for game day!



And here is a scrappy version of the same pattern.
So many fun fabrics to explore on this one.


And last week I quilted up this Geese Migration quilt made by one of the students of a past class.  

If any of you make a quilt using one of my designs, I hope you share a photo with me.  I always find it so interesting how each quilt has a unique personality!

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9 comments:

Char said...

Love theses, especially the scrappy Wiggle Time!

Chez Vies said...

I saved the Spin Quilt in my Pinterest board! I am glad I found the link to the pattern!! It's so beautiful. I'm going to buy the pattern now and I hope to be able to make one soon. It's been in my Wish list!

The Joyful Quilter said...

You've been BUSY!!!

patricia ludwiczak said...

These quilts are gorgeous! I think I'll be looking for a Geese Migration and Spin pattern soon!

Louise said...

It must be so satisfying to see your quilt patterns "in the wild" like this! Lots of fun eye candy here :)

sewyouquilt2 said...

I am still making my geese migration but baby things prompted the geese to stop flying for a bit. I will send pic when I fonish the flimsy. I love it

Kate said...

It's always fun to see the same pattern made in different fabrics. It has to be even more fun to see how other interpreted your patterns.

Cheryl said...

I love seeing designs in multiple colorways, thanks for sharing these!

Alycia Quiltygirl.com said...

Oh they all look so great!

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