|Anna's Rainbow Quilt|
Two finishes for the week Rainbow quilt is done with a scrappy border.
|Garden Party - H2H quilt #4|
|Garden Party back|
Garden Party is done. I used a new panto for this one Fanfare Grande by Patricia E. Ritter. It was a bit harder for me, those swirls were a challenge, but I'm getting better. I like how it turned out. I think you can see the quilting on the back a bit better. This is the last of my H2H quilts.
And it's check in time for H2H so I'm showing all the quilts together here - I'm all done, all washed and just need to get them in the mail. So I just finished Garden Party above, I think this one will go to Happy Chemo. The other Happy Chemo quilt will be Venetian Dream . The two that will go to Nola are the Half Moon Modern Log Cabin and the other solid squares quilt with no name:) Then since I was able to get 2 for each charity. I made one for Sarah's quilt Ministry, Kitty Korner. I used the block that I designed from the block challenge she had a while ago. I wanted to make the squares and donate to her ministry, but I just kept going and finished it off. These were finished in previous weeks, just the first time they are all in one place.
|Venetian Dream - H2H #1|
|the other solid squares quilt with no name: - H2H #2|
|Half Moon Modern Log Cabin - H2H #3|
|Kitty Korner |
And Baby Smiles needs some hooded towels so we made three. So easy to make, I use a regular bath towel and a hand towel. One hand towel can actually make two hooded towels. I cut a square 12-14 inches, then cut that in half on the diagonal. Add something cute to the triangle. I used fusible and a blanket stitch. Just round the corners of the towel and the hand towel triangle, cut off the ends of the bath towel if they are bigger than 1/4 inch. I sew the triangle to the bath towel with 1/8 generous seams. Then just add some binding and you've got an adorable hooded towels.
Lots of inspiration go check out these linkey parties:
Love all the quilts...especially H2H! Very modern! Adorable towels!ReplyDelete
Love all your quilting, but especially the baptist fan quilting on the rainbow quilt (and the scrappy binding!)ReplyDelete
Lots of finishes! Congratulations!ReplyDelete
Lots of color there. Nice work.ReplyDelete
Wow! What a great collection of quilts. Can't decide which is my favorite - probably the log cabin!ReplyDelete
The quilts are gorgeous! Thanks for helping the quiltometer rise. I'm looking forward to seeing them in person.ReplyDelete
I love the new panto pattern and the back of that quilt is just perfect. The rainbow quilt is so bright and cheerful. Great job.ReplyDelete
They're all so beautiful. Kudos to you for getting FOUR quilts done for H2H!!!ReplyDelete
You ard do busy! Love them all and i especially enjoyed seeing your quilting. I need to do the fans!!ReplyDelete
WOW! You are so talented AND productive! What a blessing your quilts will be to the recipients!ReplyDelete
Wozers! I love everything you have done! You have been busy and the Baptist fan is awesome. I have yet to do one of those.ReplyDelete
Wow, these are all terrific! I really like the no name quilt, especially! Found your post on Fabric Tuesday.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful rainbow quilt and boy are you getting a lot of quilts finished Sue! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
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great H2H solid quilts. I like how different they look with the machine quilting.ReplyDelete
That is an impressive collection of quilts. The quilted texture is mesmerizing! and inspirational for some doll quilts I am trying to decide how to quilt...ReplyDelete
Wow, you have been busy! Look at all those gorgeous finished quilts! I think your scrap block challenge quilt turned out fantastic, as well as the other one with the solids. Love the fan quilting on the rainbow quilt.ReplyDelete
I love your quilts..especially Garden Party. Your quilting is beautiful. What a cute baby; love the directions to make the baby towel.ReplyDelete
The quilts are so beautiful,ReplyDelete
And you are so kind and giving