Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Midweek Makers #220

Welcome to the Midweek Makers linky party! It's a throwback day, revisiting my Hold It Together wall hanging - how fitting is this for making it through today's global crisis???

Of course, I may need to make it's companion piece,

as this seems to be the only way we're going to beat this thing.
Stay home, wash your hands, and if you feel sick, get tested. We all need life to return to normal ASAP.

On a happier note, I received postcards from the SM County Fair with info on important dates for this year's fair (if it goes on as planned). Turning the card over, what do I see? 


Not one but two of my quilts featured - Ladybug Dance and Hold It Together! There's lots of squealing and dancing at my house!

Ok, I'll calm down now to look at last week's Midweek Makers. There were 3 lovely brown/beige quilts to see, like this one from Time 4 Stitchn,

                                 

or this beauty from Gretchen's Little Corner,

                                 

and this one from For the Love of Geese, with varying value placements for a different look in each block.

                                   islandbatik, islandbatikambassador, hobbsbatting, aurifilthread, schmetzneedles, fortheloveofgeese, quiltingfabric, quilts, paperpiecedquilts, accuquilt,

And I can't leave out these two tutorials, one for a binding technique using an edge stitcher foot shown by Donnaleeq,

                           

and an interesting faux trapunto technique shown by Jayne of Twiggy and Opal.

                                   

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8 comments:

  1. Hold it together is very fitting these days. So many people are not use to isolation and I'm sure are going stark raving mad! To them I say...hold it together! I'm getting a bit antsy myself! Thank you for sharing my 'inspire' quilt!

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  2. Congrats on having two quilts on the front - how cool! and I love the idea of your companion piece - haha!!

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  3. We are definitely trying to hold things together! Congrats on your two quilts being featured! Awesome!

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  4. I can practically see you doing a happy dance. LOL. I would be too!
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  5. Very Very funny Susan! I love this post!

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  6. Your social distancing made me smile---great idea

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  7. Congratulations on having your quilts on the flyer. Stay safe.

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