- Grinch Quilt for my husband
- Terrible Quilt for my BIL
- Monkey Butt Quilt for my niece
- Plaid Quilt for my aunt & uncle
- Totebag for my cousin (forgot to take a picture)
- Moose wallhanging for my in-law’s
- Totebag and manicure roll-up for my (other) niece
- Waterpump wall hanging for my parents, which I can now show pictures of!
- Visit Sandy’s blog for details on how to participate and enter in the giveaways, and also on some ideas for charitable crafting today. I’m sponsoring two FQ assortments as prizes!
- You can post pictures of your projects in the BDSI flickr group (and also answers to some of the mini-tasks Sandy will be posting).
- I’m too excited to write more! You can follow the conversation on twitter by using tweetchat to track the BDSI hashtag. Here’s a quick and dirty link to follow.
You found me! Yay! I talk about my jelly roll race quilt, making a coupon/loyalty card/notepad holder, cutting pieces for a king-sized trapunto quilt, and my Terrain layer cake quilt.
See Sandy’s websitefor the BDSI plans!
Notepad holder exterior:
Here’s the last House sampler block (provided by the store, anyway- I plan on making 4 more for the wrong side of the tracks):
I talk about fusing the moose (not an euphemism), finishing the Snowbunny, and the dreaded podcast feed changeover.
This is my fused applique project I just finished putting together today (sorry, Jaye - took me less than a week, instead of the two I estimated). I’ll be quilting it tonight and tomorrow, and since it looks like I’ll have it done before Christmas I can give it to them.
Follow-up! Zapper is unimpressed by mooses, but remains as helpery as ever:
Zapper says: “In your face, moose! And also cancer.” She’s doing great, and my thanks go out to everyone’s kind words in light of her diagnosis.
This is the All Stars quilt pattern by Cozy Quilt Designs in throw size. I made enough blocks for the twin size, so I used those on the back (pics lower). I picked the name Snowbunny because the direction the stars point remind me of floppy bunny ears.
I give some updates on the homefront at the beginning. Quilting talk starts at 7:30. I talk about the All Stars jelly roll quilt pattern and what I’ve learned in making the quilt center.