Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Midweek Makers #130

Hello, and welcome to Midweek Makers for another week of sharing. 
Fourth of July is just around the corner, and once again, I'm working on a red/white/blue project,


red white and blue project

with precision stars for applique. Tracing and cutting with a ruler really makes them crisp!


crisp stars copied by ruler

Some of you got to see this at the guild meeting the other night - the rest of you have to wait till Friday. And, yes, there will be a pattern, as this is really quick and easy to put together.

Now for last week! Once again, there were a bunch of cute animals shown - let's recap.

From Laughing Gas Quilts, there's Shoo Fly Rosie,

                                                  35357405_10214464518061295_8757808194832564224_n

from Skalabara Quilts, this unicorn,

                                            rainbow unicorn 1 - skalabara quilts

and from Made by Marney, this fawn,

                                            

and who can't resist this cute dog fabric jumper from Sticking and Stitching?

                                            

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7 comments:

  1. a lot of cute animal quilts you show - I've got tons of things in the works and getting an antique sewing machine up and running also

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  2. Good Morning Susan!
    Ooh, this red, white and blue project looks like fun. Those crisp points on the appliqué stars look great, and I love how your colors match up so perfectly in the seam. I'll be back on Friday to see this reveal. Happy Wednesday! ~smile~ Roseanne

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  3. I love the idea of using a ruler for applique with straight lines. It makes such a difference! I also have a separate rotary cutter that I only use when going through paper, and I like to cut the pieces out with the straight edge, also.

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  4. I've never thought to use a ruler or cutter to make those straight lines straighter. I need to invest in a light box. Which one do you use?

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  5. Susan, thanks for featuring my unicorn, you made my day!

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  6. Applique, I love applique. Looking forward to seeing more!

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  7. I' eager to see your quilt! Thank you for the ruler tip! :)

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