Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Midweek Makers #167

Welcome to Midweek Makers - come share what you're working on! 
I'll share another sneak peek of my string quilt,


easily joined binding ends on a new strings quilt

though this picture is more of a refresher on how to easily join binding ends - check out the tutorial to learn how. And besides, I can't give away the whole quilt until Monday!

This week I'm going with a star theme, not only because there were several starry quilt projects linked up, but because there has been a lull in the rain. That means clear skies for star viewing - I'm really star-struck!

From Cherie's Quilting Journey, these pretty six-pointed stars, 

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from Run n Stitch, these pretty stars made by a student,

                             

and this pretty UFO runner, in a couple of my favorite colors, from Quilting Gail.

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6 comments:

  1. Great colors in your string quilt. I call them peacock colors for some strange reason. Everything you do is lovely, so I can't wait to see it.

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  2. I do a similar binding trick. Works every time! All those pretty star quilts!

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  3. You always have the most gorgeous combo of fabrics and beautiful finishes, Wish upon a star that this rain we are getting ends soon, there is already horrible flooding. Thank you for the linky party Susan.

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  4. Hi Susan, I also join my binding using that technique. I like that it distributes the bulk so there is no wonky seams when you pass over it. Thanks for the shout out this week.

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  5. I hate sneak peeks! What if there's a tsunami and we all die before the big reveal?!! :-(. I love that student star quilt you highlighted -- it reminds me of the one I'm signed up to do in a workshop with KAFFE FASSETT in October! You know, if I survive the tsunami and all...

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