Wednesday, July 4, 2018

Midweek Makers #131

Hello, and welcome to Midweek Makers! Since today is the Fourth of July, I'm sending a Salute to the USA - Happy Birthday America!


Salute table runner by QuiltFabrication

And so is Cheryl, who purchased the Salute pattern on Friday - this is her version, made with Stonehenge fabrics. 



This week I'm featuring three projects made with solids - and boy are they impressive!

From Slice of Pi Quilts, a baseball quilt;

                                                       Baseball throw quilt that was a gift for my son's t-ball coach

from Skalabara Quilts, these bull blocks;


                                           tri bull paper piecing block - skalabara quilts

and from Terry Aske Art Quilts, this landscape scene.

                                           

Do you have anything to share today? If so, great - link up! But if you're out enjoying the holiday, have a great time!
  • 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 visitors, comments, and encouragement!
  • Bring a friend! Invite your fellow bloggers to the party by spreading the word! 
  • Please link to www.QuiltFabrication.com on your post.

Happy Fourth of July!



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7 comments:

  1. Happy 4th! Thank you for featuring my baseball quilt! Baseball and fireworks - couldn't be more American! :)

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    1. You're welcome, and it's so true! Just need some apple pi

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  2. Lovely quilts. It's always fun to see what you feature.

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    1. Thanks - I love to look for themes for features, as it makes it more fun!

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  3. Happy 4th of July! :) Enjoy your holiday.

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  4. Great link up - and features! Those quilts are precious - just had to show my husband the baseball one! Thank you for hosting!

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