Linda shared these photos of her “Autumn Splendor” quilt inspired in part by our HeartStrings quilts. I love the sashing and border choices she made in this quilt and the Baptist Fan quilting looks great too.
Jennifer continues to make progress on the Project Pink quilts, she just posted this photo of the 10th quilt she’s finished (from donated blocks and tops) on her blog.
Sorry, not the best photos here but we had such a good time at our Sew-in yesterday and I wanted to share the photos with you.
In this first one, Sue is standing with the pile of blocks she bought with her. Since the inventory was almost completely depleted before our Block Party a few weeks ago – these are all recent donations – and Sue has already sent some of them out and there are more coming so you can imagine how many blocks there were made during the Block Party.
In addition to sewing more blocks – we assembled 7 tops yesterday – unfortunately I don’t have photos of most of them – not sure how we managed to miss taking photos of them all but Sue did share some tops that were assembled by her and her Mom that are in the link at the end of this post.
We also learned how to make pillowcases with the “sausage roll” method – no exposed seams from Ethel. We’re planning a pillowcase Virtual Sew-in next month and I hope you will all join us.
The rest of the photos can be seen in the MN/WI October 2008 Sew-in album.
For the mailing address to send blocks – email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you remember the story of June, a HeartStrings member, and Al? Take a look at this previous post and then click on the YouTube link to see Al’s video.
Also, don’t forget that HeartStrings members are helping Alycia meet of her of 400 Quilts of Valor.
I’m a big fan of string quilts that have a little of everything tossed in but I also love ones that have a bit of a plan too. Take a look at the following quilts and be inspired to create your own.
Here are a few other HeartStrings quilts with a coordinated look.