Amy has gotten very into handwork recently, and has a post with her many handwork projects in progress.
Her mini for the Ann Arbor MQG Zingerman's foodie challenge (see the link for details on the show; come vote!) is one, done using needle turn applique:
And Dorie posted about her contribution to the same challenge, inspired by her love for LaCroix:
Come out for the show; these are just two of the many awesome mini quilts created for this challenge.
Karen has another baby quilt up...this time in brights, with groupings of blocks into varying, patternless shape sets, for a fun and visually interesting effect.
And finally, Lynn posted both about her quilt "Off the Charts" from her book, and also a really lovely quilt she made for Oakshott, "Crepuscular", and she provides a pattern, too!
Monday, May 30, 2016
Saturday, May 14, 2016
Debbie G.'s "Inspired by QuiltCon" challenge quilt was a mini inspired by Timna Tarr's work. I love how fun and personal, yet simple, this is:
Her April and May Charity Challenge posts are up with patterns, and she has got a new "Minimal Mini" series going. See also MM3 and MM4.
Pam L. has a lot going on, as usual, but highlighting just one thing, she's quilting this fox:
Karen finished the Frances Firefly she started at Sewtopia Atlanta and her quilting idea (emulating the dart-y motion of a firefly) is rather interesting, right?
And for Sewtopia she participated in the Michael Miller challenge, making a pretty cute book:
Lynn H. shared the third quilt, Numb, in her domestic abuse quilt series: