It's Day 5 of the
Christmas in July Blog Hop and Quilt-Along!
Sarah has done a wonderful job with this Quilt-Along and since I was a pattern tester for her, I can verify that, yes, you can have a large quilt top (76" x 76") by then end of the hop.
Jump over to Sarah's Confessions of a Fabric Addict and get sewing.
Besides the Quilt-Along, there are two bloggers featured every day and so far, everyone has provided fun and really neat ideas.
I post on the 23rd (Saturday) and I'm providing a quilt tutorial and giveaway. :-)
Here's the entire list of bloggers.
July 14th: Sharon Vrooman @ Vrooman’s Quilts
Carole Carter @ From My Caroline Home
July 15th: Yanicka Hachez @ Finding Myself As An Artist
Chris Dodsley @ Made by ChrissieD
July 16th: Marsha Hodgkins @ Quilter in Motion
Leanne Parsons @ Devoted Quilter
July 17th: Tonia Conner @ All Thingz Sewn
Selina @ Selina Quilts
July 18th: Lara Buccella @ Buzzin Bumble
Soma Acharya @ Whims and Fancies
July 19th: Joanne Harris@ Quilts by Joanne
Suzy Webster @ Adventurous Applique and Quilting
July 20th: Vicki in MN @ Vicki’s Crafts and Quilting
Jennifer Fulton @ The Inquiring Quilter
July 21st: Michele Kuhns @ Crayon Box Quilt Studio
Jan Ochterbeck @ The Colorful Fabriholic
July 22nd: Alla Blanca @ Rainbows. Bunnies. Cupcakes.
Zenia Rene @ A Quilted Passion
July 23rd: Joanne Hubbard @ Everyone Deserves a Quilt
Paige Alexander @ Quilted Blooms
July 24th: Carolyn Jones @ …by CJ
Tisha Nagel @ Quilty Therapy
July 25th: Susan Arnold @ Quilt Fabrication
Beth Sellers @ Cooking Up Quilts
Linda Pearl @ One Quilting Circle
It's also Monday so that means
it's time to show
what's on the Design Wall
I have a couple of things on which I'm working, including my
Desire to Inspire Challenge projects.
I had a productive weekend and four projects ready for quilting.
Don't get all excited over that.
They are not all big projects and I have taken time to sleep and eat.
I'm saving pictures of the final projects for the end of the month, but here are few teasers for you.
This is just plain fun!
It being made from "bonus" half square triangles from another Challenge project.
This is where the half square triangles in the project above originated.
I like hexagons and log cabin blocks and I've married them in this project.
I love it when I can work on two projects at a time. I'm making quarter square blocks as a leader and ender. I'm not quite sure how I'll use them, but I know I will.
Yes! My machine was smoking this weekend!
Check out what other's have in their design walls today.
Go to Judy L's Patchwork Times