Sharing Quilt Projects #25

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I have no idea why I haven’t done a Sharing Quilt Projects post in so long but I plan on sharing them again. This is Sharing Quilt Projects #25. I have received many, many photos of quilt projects made with my tutorials and patterns. I would love to have you send me yours!

My Quilting

I’m just finishing up a Christmas table topper that I will be sharing soon. I also just realized I haven’t done a walk-through of my quilt studio since I painted it and hung things on the wall. I’m adding that to my “to-do” list.

If you look real close, you can see a playhouse in the neighbor’s yard. I have a bird/squirrel feeder in our tree right in front of it. I spend a lot of time just watching the wildlife outside. Like the squirrel in the next photo.

Working on a Christmas table topper

Squirrel in the feeder

Did you see the cute little refrigerator I recently bought? I love the vintage look. I have some treats for Rusty sitting on top.

Mini refrigerator

Rusty decided to photo boom my quilt photo which shocked me! I guess he has gotten used to me asking him to sit by my quilts.

Rusty sitting by quilts

I used my AccuQuilt cutter and the 8-inch Qube set to make this table topper. Right now AccuQuilt is having a great sale!

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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 and I’m sure you’ll find something you can’t wait to make!

Fall Four Patch Star

Mary shared a quilt she is working on using the Fall Four Patch Star quilt block. Beautiful work!

4 Patch Star

Box Quilt Halloween Project

Isn’t this a cute quilt project for Halloween? Deb used my Box Quilt tutorial. Last spring she also made a couple of pillows/table toppers with Easter fabrics.

Box Quilt table topper by Deb

Patchwork Cats

Kathryn made this cute wall hanging using my easy appique Patchwork Cats tutorial.

Patchwork Cats tutorial

Pumpkin Mug Rug

Karen created this cute little mug rug using my Harvest Pumpkin mug rug tutorial. Look at the fabrics she used for the leaf and vine!

Pumpkin mug rug by Karen

Butterfly Cage

Valerie is putting the finishing touches on her butterfly wall hanging made with my Butterfly Cage tutorial. It is beautiful and I can’t wait to see it finished. Thank you Valerie for your sweet comment also!

I love your ideas as they are so easy to follow. 

Butterfly Cage by Valerie

Sharing Pets

I love seeing photos of other quilter’s pets!

Rusty Look Alike

Rita sent this cute photo of her dogs. Doesn’t the one on the right look like Rusty?

3 cute dogs


Miriam recently adopted this precious King Charles Cavalier, who was found wandering on a busy road. Chole will love living with Miriam’s other two dogs and cat.

King Charles Cavalier dog rescued


I had shared a photo of Rusty sleeping like this and Lynn sent me this cute photo of Rosie whom she had recently adopted.  She was told if they sleep like that they are comfortable with their surroundings.

Rosie sleeping

Thank you everyone for sharing your quilt projects made with my tutorials and patterns and also sharing your pets! I’ll have more to share soon!

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Connie with her dogs

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  1. Thank you for sharing this. I have a problem I hope you or your subscribers might be able to help me with. After 9/11 I purchased a beautiful Fleece wall hanging. I haven’t tried to do anything with it yet because I don’t know what to use as a backing. I have an overabundance of cotton fabrics, but I am not sure if cotton would be an acceptable fabric to pair with the fleece. Is fleece a difficult fabric to work with?
    The fleece depicts 3 large eagle heads. My daughter loves eagles, and I would love to give it to her when it’s finished. Thank you for your suggestions.

  2. Monica Chism says:

    I too am curious about the bar above your sewing table. Please let us newbies know how it is used. Love your newsletters and photos!

  3. It’s fun to see all of the projects and how others made your patterns. Love the happy rescued pets in their new homes. Rusty sure has a twin!

  4. Your sharing posts are always so fun. It’s great seeing all the sewing pets. Your sewing setup looks wonderful. It’ll be great to watch the changing seasons while stitching.

  5. I am curious about the bar by your sewing machine. What do you use it for? I love your patterns. Thank you for offering so many projects.

  6. So many wonderful quilts and dogs! Don’t know which I like better! All are certainly colorful and cuddly! Thanks

  7. Love that fall look. The pattern and your sewing room view. Rusty and my Midnight share the same dislike for car rides. Beautiful sewing room too! I’m finally done with the Reunion quilt so I think I might try yours now.
    Love all the photos.
    Take care Blessings