Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Midweek Makers #85

Ready to party? I am! It's another Midweek Makers, where everyone shares their fabric projects. If you're new to the festivities - welcome! And for my usual friends - welcome back!

Let's get this started - I'll go first, to break the ice, so to speak. The last two quilts I've shown have been patterns from the Strip Savvy book. And guess what? I'm working on another - with the same fabrics!


fabrics for next quilt

Yep, I still have strips leftover from the last two quilts, and believe or not, just enough Kona Green Tea. I must admit, I went digging through my nickel bin to throw a few more different bright blue or teal fabrics in, as I was getting tired of seeing so much of the others. Variety is the certainly the spice of life!

And when I had my back turned, Winston decided the nickel bin would be a great place for a rest.


Winston kitty

Who can argue with that face? He's such a sweetie!

So, did everyone visit the others last week? I was fascinated by the quilts of many colors:

this adorable hexie table topper by Andree at Quilting and Learning,

                                            

this diamond quilt by Micki at 2 Dogs Studio,

                                     

and this interleave quilt by Laura at Slice of Pi Quilts.

                           Modern batiks quilt as you go interleave quilt

Great use of color everyone - be sure to grab a 'Featured' button for your quilts!
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Who's next to share? Come on - we'd love to see your work! And this week, the link up 'rules' have changed a bit - to help make this a great party!
  • Please link directly to your specific post, not your main blog page.
  • Visit and leave a comment to two links: the one before and the one after your own. Everyone loves to receive comments!
  • Bring a friend! Invite your fellow bloggers to the party by spreading the word! Share this post on Facebook, Twitter, or Google+. Feel free to use the sharing buttons at the bottom of the page.
  • Link back to QuiltFabrication.com somewhere on your post OR place the NEW 'Midweek Makers' button on your blog. The new button links to my new web address, QuiltFabrication.com. Inlinkz requires a permalink and a link back to my site in order to link up. Don't worry - installing the button is easy! Just copy the code in the box below, then paste it into your blogs' HTML widget. Don't be left out of the party - add the button today!

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Have a great time!



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6 comments:

  1. I really like the diamond quilt I call them pyramids and made one a couple years ago and have thought to do another

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  2. PRetty colors that you will work with!!

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  3. I love those colors you've chosen, and I think Winston has excellent taste! He's a very handsome cat :-)

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  4. Thank you for the feature! I love using up all my extra fabrics too! Looking forward to seeing this third quilt!

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  5. Such pretty colors of fabrics in your pull! Winston is such a cute helper!!
    Susie

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  6. You always come up with the best fabrics! Winston is adorable.

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