Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Midweek Makers #164

Welcome to Midweek Makers - time to share again!
I so wish I could share the finish of my challenge quilt, but I can't even give you a sneak peek, lest I give it away to a few fellow guild members who follow. Let's just say, it turned out fantastic! I'll show it in May, with lots of photos to share of it's construction.

Right now, I'm busy making circles for my version of a Going in Circles quilt, from the Modern Art Quilt book (affiliate link).

pieced circles for a Going In Circles quilt

I pieced my strips, as this will be a baby quilt, and needs to be sturdy. The piecing/making circles is going much better than expected, so this one should be done soon. Also, there's a Modern Art Quilts blog hop in progress, with my day Monday, March 4 - still lots to do!

Though I didn't get to visit with everyone last week, I still found a theme to highlight: animals.

from Songbird Designs, this owl and her saucy hat,

                                    

from Made by Marney, these adorable frogs,

                                      

from The Clever Chameleon, a flying pig,

                                     Pigs Might Fly appliqué by Dione Gardner-Stephen at Clever Chameleon

and from That Fabric Feeling, a beautiful bird.

                                       

Now it's your turn this week - come share your project!
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5 comments:

  1. love your pieced circle I made some something like this a couple years ago and loved working with them

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    1. Thanks Karen! These circles were really easy to put together, though I did have to remember to leave extra seam allowance when cutting them perpendicular to the strips. Otherwise, they would have been either wonky, or a bit smaller.

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  2. Your pieced circles are looking great, Susan!

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  3. Oooops looks like I'm late to this week's party, but pleased as punch to see my flying piggy in a feature spot from last week. Thanks for the shout out.

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