How's everyone doing? I finally have another quilt post. I missed the sewing class last week, so I don't know if I missed any finished quilts. Here are a couple quilts to share from this week's class.
First, is this amazing hugemongous king size quilt by Susan. I love the floral fabrics. Rose prints and coordinates pair nicely. She did a really good job on this super pretty quilt. Ginny did the overall quilting in a feather like pattern on her long arm machine.
Linda also sent me photos of this scrappy quilt I made last year for my daughter's birthday. I got the pattern from Quilter's Home Magazine. Unfortunately, they no longer publish the magazine, but you can get free quilt patterns here! http://www.quiltershomemag.com/patterns/index.html
This quilt was a fun way to use up scraps. It's made up of 12 of these squares, shown below.
Each square is 4 of these.(below). Sorry about the blurry photo, it didn't translate well in enlargement. It was pretty easy. You start with a square of fabric, the black print in this case. After marking off the triangle shape, you just just start sewing on strips of fabric in a flip and sew manner. They go together fast, put 4 together and you have the X design.
That's all I have to share from sewing class. The gals are working on some beautiful things, I'm just waiting until they're finished to share here. See you with more next time!
Have an Amazing Day!