Saturday, December 6, 2014

Share the Love Friday . . . Oops!

Well, I'm a day late (sorry about that), and since I didn't post last week, I have a lot of beautiful quilts to share today.


I usually like to share finished quilts on this post, but I literally gasped when I saw this intricately paper-pieced quilt top by Sarah.  I can't wait to see the finished result!

And because I just found her blog and love this one as well, I had to share it . . .


Pretty much love everything about this.  The end.


Loving Lynne's fabric choice and the play on a Dresden in this circular quilt.  Beautiful!


Kati's quilt is one of the 15 projects in the new Scraps, Inc. book.  It seems so simple, yet makes such an statement with the contrast between the warm neutral and the bold colors.

The cutest story ever comes along with this quilt!  Read Maureen's post for all the details about how her friends pulled together to make this gorgeous flower quilt for her!


The girls at Sew Kind of Wonderful share a free pattern for this lovely quilt block that uses their Quick Curve Ruler.  Very cute!


Sherri's quilt is another featured quilt in the Scraps, Inc. book . . . hmmm . . . maybe I need to add that to my Christmas wishlist!  Lovely!


I love the simplicity of this mini quilt and the use of the bright colors for the background fabrics!


Andy always makes the most beautiful quilts and this one is no exception!  What's awesome is she made this one from string scraps, and who doesn't have a million of those?!


Loving the color palette of this wedding quilt Cristina made for her friends!


Okay, trust me on this one . . . check out Meredith's post to see her beautiful hand quilting!  It's amazing!


Andi made this quilt in preparation for a little trip down under.  Love that she uses a dark neutral!

Hope you saw something that was inspiring today!  Hope everyone has a great weekend!


2 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for sharing, Amy!!!
    Actually, I live down under but will be bringing my Aussie quilt to your half of the world for QuiltCon next year. Will you be there?
    Andi :-)

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    1. Sorry for the misunderstanding, Andi! I'll go back in a bs correct that error. I wish I could go to Quiltcon, but alas, I won't be going :(. Hope you have a great time and get to meet lots of new quilters and see some amazing quilts!

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