MPS Inspirations Round 11

Sewing Supplies

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Sara Hart

I finally finished my Wonky Greek Key quilt (front and back) from Dawn White’s workshop. Thanks Dawn! Now hopefully Teresa K will quilt it for me.Sara's Wonky Greek Key

Kathy White

I started this in a workshop with Pam Raby at Expo 2018. The blocks are all the same. It’s the use of different colors and values that makes them look so different. I had it about 2/3 quilted and was quite unhappy so pulled it out and started over. Very happy now. Think I’ll keep it awhile before giving it away.Kathy's Little Pieces

Neena Kirsch

Birthday gift for granddaughter. It helps that my son loves photography The photo is higher resolution than just one from an iPhone.Neena's Pillow

Martha Tait

This is a baby quilt that I made for gifting. No pattern, just playing in some lovely Moda scraps. I long armed it with some free motion swirly flowers. Fun project!🌸Martha's Baby Quilt

Kim Toffel

Although I have also been working on larger projects, I decided to challenge myself to use my leftover scraps. Place mats seemed to be the perfect quick solution to brighten the day!Kim's Place mats

Kim Toffel

Here are some more ideas for using scraps. I also enjoyed playing with those fancy stitches on my machine when making the cards.Kim's Scrappy Projects

Bette King

This quilt is for Cares Northwest and is made from 2-inch squares.Bette's 2-inch quilt

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5 Comments

  1. So nice to see everyone’s work! Sara- nice to see a finished wonky Greek key- what a relief to finish something! All of the cats and lovely colors were sown warm! Kim- love seeing your new placemats with a beautifully set table.

  2. I really enjoy all of these posts and I will enjoy seeing them all over again when we can meet in person. I like seeing how the quilting adds to total effectiveness of the project. So I know you have to give some of them away but keep a few to share again. Rosalie

  3. A quilt show of scrappy color! Fun to see. Neena, what a lovely way to support your granddaughter’s interest.

  4. Wow…you all have been busy. Love the modern feel and quilting of your piece Kathy. Blue and yellow placemats Kim are so cheerful (would look great in my home!). Two inch squares,such patience Bette. Picture in a pillow—-great idea Neena. Wonky key quilt Sara is fabulous. Some baby is going to look great on that quilt Martha.

  5. Kim T. Love those cute kitties!

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