Sunday, July 19, 2015

Monthly round up for July 19th!

Wow, so these are getting more and more widely spaced, huh?

Oh, so how cute is Karen's pie mini quilt using Hayley C.'s Pie in the Sky quilt pattern!!!!

Karen also finished a top using Red Pepper Quilts's pickle dish variation tutorial and the new Denyse Schmidt line. She has misgivings, but I think it's awesome looking!

She's also made this cutie for charity, Mini Charming, based on Denyse Schmidt's Big Charming quilt pattern:

Rossie has an adorable new quilt pattern, the Happy Houses Quilt available from Birch fabrics (and a snazzy new website!)

Rossie has also made a rainbow quilt block:

I think it may be the year of rainbow quilts!

Debbie has a new version of her Turnstile Quilt on her blog, Water Wheel:

Debbie has one quilt finished for charity, Triple Treat. I love the tonal variation here:

She also performed an interesting experiment about straightline quilting.

Brenda has a new pattern in Modern Patchwork called Bento Box:

Love that cool color palette!

Brenda was also a guest on the Modern Sewciety Podcast episode #69. And you should all check that out!

Kathy S. has done some embellishment on the quilt Caroline made her in last year's secret stalker swap:

 Kathy also has posted a refresher on machine binding quilts.

Actually, Kathy, being our most prolific blogger always has tons of interesting stuff, and I have to skim, but I love this quilt and here's a series on improv, parts 1, 2, and 3. But really, you should just read her blog.

Cherie's been working on an English paper piecing project inspired by a Sarah Fielke pattern, Jazz Hands, from the book Material Obsession 2:

Lynn is also making progress on her English paper piecing projects, she's doing La Passacaglia from the book Millefiori Quilts:

And I managed to finish one of my ongoing English paper piecing projects, a pillow cover:

I also shared my two warped double wedding ring mini quilts, though for brevity's sake, I'll show you one and just give you a link for the other:

Pam L made these neat blocks for a bee:

And that's all from me! Happy sewing!

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