Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Here's another project from Beach Week 2016. I am upset with myself because I cannot remember who showed this quilt. She had just gotten it back from the longarm quilter. There is a blue and white quilt on my bucket list, and I just thought this one was fabulous!

Here's my completed table runner from the Kindred Spirits club. It's called "Split Decision." This is our demo for our March meeting. It's a Courthouse Steps block sewn to 9" square (using a 3" square center and 1.5 inch strips). Then you slice it in half vertically and horizontally. You insert the sashing and tiny cornerstone (which is cut at 1 inch square).

Here's an individual block done in the "Simple Joys" line from Penny Rose Fabrics. You can't have too many Christmas quilts, can you?

I do love a good miniature quilt! 
Here is a  Courthouse Steps quilt from a Jo Morton design.

Pinwheels make a simple but charming little quilt.
That's some of my Liberty Blue tea set posing for you.
Hot tea is my favorite beverage.

Here they are together.
You can never have too many miniature quilts!

The pattern on the front door is called "Charming Coins."
It's a great use of little scraps.
These pieces are cut 1.5 inches by 2.5 inches.

I hope you enjoyed the miniature quilt show today!
Till next time, keep stitchin!
Mary in Virginia