Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Midweek Makers #81

Wow! Did that week ever go by fast! Welcome to this week's edition of Midweek Makers, the place to share your fabric projects!



There's progress to show on those t-shirt quilts - woohoo! Two down, four to go.



Number three just got started,



with the same simple, open stipple. Really all that's needed on these - the prints say it all!

And who doesn't love prints and fun fabric? Take a look at some of prints from last week, like this hand made beauty by LeeAnna of Not Afraid of Color:

                                     

these pretty batiks DonnaLee of DonnaLeeQ found on a recent trip to Skagway:

                                     

and these bright, cheery Riley Blake prints Louisa from Sewmotion is using in a wonky squares block.

                                                  

I certainly wouldn't have a problem adding them to my, um, stash (wink-wink!). All right you three, grab a 'Featured' button for your awesome fabrics!


grab button for Quiltfabrication
<div class="quiltfabrication-button" style="width: 150px; margin: 0 auto;"> <a href="http://www.quiltfabrication.com/" rel="nofollow"> <img src="https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-hBX6zZwQmWA/VmW_QmgH1bI/AAAAAAAAJuE/6mqxb7IpMag/s150-Ic42/Midweek%252520Makers%252520Featured%252520on.jpg" alt="Quiltfabrication" width="150" height="150" /> </a> </div>

What do you have to share this week? I always enjoy the pictures and visiting with each and every one of you - so go ahead, link up!

Have a great time!




7 comments:

  1. That simple stipple sure does make those tshirt quilts look nice and cuddly. You will have them done before you know it.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. They do have a really good feel to them, due to the open stipple and a very lightweight poly batting. Sometimes t-shirt quilts can end up heavy due to the shirts and stabilizer. So far, so good on these.

      Delete
  2. Congrats on whipping out those Tshirt quilts:)

    ReplyDelete
  3. You are making fast work on the TShirt quilts; they look great!

    ReplyDelete
  4. I will have a t-shirt quilt in my future now, something I've had no desire to ever make. Stippling is a good choice; will remember that.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. This will make eleven that I've done, and I actually enjoy them. It suits my creativity! And no need to go overboard on the quilting on t-shirt quilts - they just want to stay soft for lots of hugs.

      Delete
  5. Thank you so much for featuring my Wonky Block, I planning on quilting the best this afternoon, ended up bigger than planned :)

    ReplyDelete

Any comments you want to share? I'd love to hear from you!