Finished this week:
My Starflower Quilt
This was a quilt that I designed (using Jennifer's starflower block tutorial) for my month as the quilter of my do. Good Stitches Peace Circle. My daughters LOVED having blocks arrive in the mail all month long - how fun!
I just got the binding sewn on and took a bunch of photos --
I'll do a full post on this in a few days!
I'm (sort of) keeping up with the Leila's
Skill Builder Sampler. These are blocks 13 & 15.
This is going to be a Christmas tree skirt -
I'm following the Christmas Tree Pants tutorial
on Sew Mama Sew.
Just need to quilt it, then cut the center out,
and figure out what to use for binding (red? white? green?)
Next up, stockings!
Linking up to:
What about red and white stripes or dare I say it grey and white stripes!ReplyDelete
I love your photos, Michelle!! So pretty this week! Your Starflower quilt is just lovely, and I adore your Christmas tree skirt progress. I've been thinking about making one of those myself this year!ReplyDelete
Oh my! oh wow! That Starflower Quilt is stunningly gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Oh, WOW!! I love the tree skirt!! Beautiful! And the Star quilt is amazing!!! Well done!ReplyDelete
I love your Star Flower quilt...the rest are very nice also...but that star really catches my eye!!ReplyDelete
i just love the christmas tree skirt quilt! so pretty!ReplyDelete
What a wonderful do.Good quilt - love it! And your tree pants - wonderful in two fabrics!ReplyDelete
Your starflower quilt is great. I really like the name. :) You should hop to my blog and help me name all mine. LOLReplyDelete
I love the starflower quilt! That's on my list to try.ReplyDelete
Ok, I love the starflower quilt. When I first looked at it I saw a chain, then I looked again and saw the stars. I love quilts that are a pattern within a pattern!ReplyDelete
The starflower quilt is just stunning.ReplyDelete
I was also really drawn to your Christmas tree skirt, it is so rare to see plain stars on a patterned background, usually it's the other way around. I love it!
Beautiful work, I love the starflower and the tree pants will be wonderful too.ReplyDelete
wow, starflower is just fabulous, definitely on my bucket list!ReplyDelete
Love that starflower quilt! So so pretty, one lucky family will be receiving your quilt. Great blocks too!!ReplyDelete
Everything is beautiful, but it always is! I love that block with the HR goldfish!ReplyDelete
Beautiful projects, Michelle! I love your starflower quilt -- fantastic! I'm hosting TGIFF! this Friday (www.quiltmatters.blogspot.com) -- why don't you link this up?ReplyDelete
i love the christmas tree skirt, i would do red binding (don't do green, it seems classier with white or red!). well done!!ReplyDelete
Love your starflower quilt! And I would go with green binding, to get the real Christmas feeling...ReplyDelete
Your color choices are simply lovely; you have a great eye for color and placement! You have done a fantastic job on your skill-building blocks! Thank you for telling me where they are located, I have heard other people post about such blocks, but I did not know they were coming from a particular site!ReplyDelete
Beautiful projects... The Starflower quilt makes me smile. It's just so happy.ReplyDelete
Love that starflower quilt, and your blocks are fabReplyDelete
All of your projects are beautiful. Especially love your Starflower quilt.ReplyDelete
I'm so impressed by all of your Christmas projects. And the starflower quilt--Amazing!ReplyDelete
I love your tree skirt design! And I love your use of Munki in your block!ReplyDelete
That Starflower quilt is just a stunner! I love the bold colors and strong contrasts. Brilliant! I've got to look up that tree skirt design--we could use a new one too. Fun post!ReplyDelete
Your skill-builder sampler blocks are looking pretty cool. And that quilt is excellent!ReplyDelete
Your finish with the stars is just stunning!! I love how scrappy it is. And look, tree pants.. Awesome! I say green binding. I really need to look into making one of these too!ReplyDelete
Love your Christmas Tree Pants! I crack up every time I see that tutorial.ReplyDelete
I see a string block as well as many other lovely items.ReplyDelete
It's almost midnight here. I got my machine out at 9 pm this evening and I'm not ready to stop sewing yet!
That starflower is gorgeous!ReplyDelete
I like the Christmas quilt. I also have some stockings to do on my list.ReplyDelete
I just love the Skill Builder Sampler block with the goldfish :)ReplyDelete
OMG, Michelle, I just love everything you do. Another gorgeous finish on the Starflowers quilt! Great job Peace Circle! : ) Thanks for linking up to WIP Wednesday.ReplyDelete
So many fun projects!!!ReplyDelete
I love the tree skirt with the white flowers and what great skill builder blocks! :)
Such great christmas tree pants!ReplyDelete