Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Midweek Makers #132

Here we are - back for another week of project sharing! My share this week is the start of one of my Christmas in July projects.


triangles for a Christmas wall hanging project

Before cutting into fabric, I spent several hours at the computer working out the design until I was satisfied it could be sewn. And yesterday was the big test - cutting, sewing, and bringing it to life. It's now in the flimsy stage, waiting for quilting, while I work on the second Christmas project.

And speaking of projects, check out these from last week:

from the Cheeky Cognoscenti, this beauty of a design,

                                               

from Hazel's Daughter, these patriotic pillows,

                                               

from Cherie's Quilting Journey, this beautiful compass,

                                               Row 1

and from Dreamworthy Quilts, this cute bee.

                                                          

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7 comments:

  1. Good Morning Susan! Can't wait to see what these lovely blocks become when they grow up into a Christmas project! Hmm, I'm guessing a tree skirt. I'll have to wait and see! Happy Wednesday! ~smile~ Roseanne

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  2. I love those greens, cant wait to see the finished block.

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  3. Looking forward to seeing your Christmas project!

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  4. I still can't even think Christmas anything! I'm glad there are people like you who do...it slowly, gently nudges us to at least consider a holiday project! Can't wait to see what you come up with!

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  5. I'm anxious to see what you have made with those triangles. Thanks for the feature and hosting the linky party each week.

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  6. Those triangles are pretty - and intriguing! Don't you just love Christmas in July?

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  7. Oh, geez, Christmas!! Our local fair's quilt challenge this year is "Christmas in July" and I'm finishing that up today.

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