Here's a T-Shirt quilt that I recently made. I was given a variety of size shirts and needed to play a little with the layout. I'm glad I chose the shadow effect. The recipient liked the quilt, which is always a plus.
This is my version of Poinsettia Millefiori which is a free download by Michael Miller Fabrics. The original quilt is by Marinda Stewart and measures approx. 44" x 59."
The fascinating thing about these One Block Wonder/Stack and Whack type quilts is that no two look the same. This was fun to make and the quilt is at Chestnut Ridge Sewing in Millersburg, OH. There is a class scheduled for this in July, and I'm looking forward to that. I think there are a few open spots, if you are interested. :-)
I've recently taught a couple of rug classes and while I am really not great at remembering to take pictures during class, here are a few I was able to get.
I love the greys and blacks of this rug!
This blue rug is made with twenty strips and is from a single fabric - ombre confetti metallic. This exact fabric and a variety of the color colorways is available at Chestnut Ridge Sewing.
I love the placemat size rugs and this is looking awesome!
I've changed the way the "ropes" are coiled a bit because I've found it so much easier with which to work. Of course another big plus is the fact that we get a glimpse of what the rug will look like when it's complete. (It's actually in reverse, but it still gives you a good idea.)
Even though the picture is blurry, I love these browns together and think the rug will be striking!
Isn't this just plain wonderful?
This is so colorful and fun and can't wait to see it as a rug!
This is so soft looking and it's just beautiful!
I'm loving these fabrics!
This is going to be striking!