It is time for another Sharing quilt projects post and this one is #21. Whenever you make something using one of my tutorials or patterns I would love to see a photo of it and then share it with others. This is always so inspiring to me and others!
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! We don’t have any big plans for celebrating, no green beer or corn beef this year again. I do have a St. Patrick’s Day table topper that has always been popular and would be great to make now and have for next year.
My Quilt Projects
I recently made some Shoo Fly and Nine Patch quilt blocks that I am putting together for a new quilt project that I’ll be sharing in my next post.
I have directions to make the Shoo Fly and Nine Patch quilt blocks in this post.
I am also working on something for Easter! If you remember, I have all kinds of quilt blocks and quilt projects hanging on my design walls to inspire and motivate me to finish them.
I had fabrics pulled out, boxes of projects, and even the Shoo Fly quilt project I am working on. I don’t know about you, but I love having several things going at the same time.
I cut squares from those teal batiks for this rabbit applique I am working on. If you noticed the giant teal block on the right wall in the last photo….this will go on it.
Quilt Projects Shared With Me
It is always so much fun to see all of the beautiful quilt projects that you are making! I have all kinds of beautiful quilt projects to share with you this time!
Deb sent me this photo of her awesome Scattered quilt. Look at the beautiful fabrics that she used! This has to be my favorite pattern!
Jeanne actually sent me a photo of this table runner she was making and inspired me to also make something with the Shoo Fly and 9 Patch quilt blocks as they are always fun to make. Jeanne’s choice of black for the binding was perfect. Beautiful!
Piano Keys Table Runner
Look at the beautiful table runner that Diane made with my Piano Keys pattern. The addition of the cute kitties and hearts is wonderful!
Lynda made quilted baskets for her great-nieces in cute Disney fabrics. She also made each girl a tote bag and lavender sachets. Look at the cute buttons on the baskets!
3 x 3 Table Topper
Maurya made this beautiful 3 x 3 table topper with batik fabrics.
Two Color table topper
Maurya also made this one using my Two Color table topper tutorial and two of the same batiks. Beautiful!
Petunia Strings Quilt
Joy shared her beautiful quilt made using my Petunia Strings quilt tutorial. It looks perfect!
Midnight Glow continues to be very popular and I have several of them to share with you!
Here is Mary’s Midnight Glow quilt. What a perfect scrappy quilt!
Pammie also made the Midnight Glow quilt and added a nice large border. This is something I like to do also.
Here is Donna’s Midnight Glow made with a select number of colors. This is a quilt that can be made with a variety of fabrics.
Scrappy 9 Patch Irish Chain Table Runner
Karen finished a neat table runner using my Scrappy 9 Patch Irish Chain table runner tutorial.
Hidden Wells Block
Norma shared her neat Hidden Wells quilt block and it looks to me like she used batiks. I’m glad I’m not the only one who loves using them!
Dark Blue Rail Fence Table Runner
Miriam made another Dark Blue Rail Fence Table Runner. I really like the addition of the light fabrics.
Christmas Tree Mug Rugs
Stacia made not one but four of these cute Christmas Tree mug rugs. Wouldn’t these look neat in a rustic cabin setting!
I always love to see photos of your pets! Just email them to me.
Joan sent me this cute photo of Indie not being happy about the snow being removed. Looks like this spot of snow is staying!
Okay, this really isn’t a pet, Lori sent me this cute photo of a squirrel getting into her bird feeders. I happen to love squirrels and birds.
Mickey and Stranger
Mr. Mickey hasn’t figured out why the neighbor’s cat called Stranger is always trying to keep him from going into the house. She is almost as big as Mr. Mickey and is a sweetheart. He took a running leap and made it past her once again.
Birds at Feeders
We put up some bird feeders by the living room windows so we can get a little closer to the birds. We had another snowstorm the other day and the birds kept eating the whole time it snowed. I went out and took down one feeder and placed it under the deck for them.
Mr. Mickey has decided the Daisy pillow is his! Doesn’t he look sweet with his paws on it.
For more inspiration, find all the previous Sharing Quilt Projects posts here. If you have made anything with my tutorials and patterns please send me a photo so I can share it.
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