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MPS Inspirations Round 8
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This is a Row by Row quilt that I made after traveling to Pennsylvania with my husband in 2018. I just finished quilting it.
I looked down a couple of years ago and took a photo of the sidewalk at my feet. Then looked at the photo recently and realized, there was another wall hanging. Just completed.
Finally finished the blocks I made in the “Crumb Quilt” class. It’s a narrow table runner. So glad it’s out of my UFO pile!
Fun pinwheel quilt for my nephew and his wife who are expecting their first child. I love to set blocks on point for more movement.
Lots of projects going out to the community
My daughter-in-law and I have been making masks which have been distributed by a member of my Thursday sewing group. In Michigan, we had a fabric block exchange. I had over 300 8” squares that are currently being turned into masks. We have made over 500 masks of various kinds so far. My stash doesn’t seem to have gotten any smaller.
This is a 40×54″ flannel-backed quilt which I will donate to Cares NW. Jennie from Missouri Star Quilt Company has a tutorial on how to turn a square top into a diamond.
I started this in an MPS workshop with Sam Hunter. The print fabric was shared with me by a friend who thought it was too ugly for her to be able to use. I knew it would be perfect for this quilt, I’ll be passing it on to CARES.
This was a panel to which I added a border. The border and backing fabric were from the Vicky Arnold drawings. This is for Lullaby quilts.
One more baby quilt for Lullaby Quilts. This will be the last one for awhile. It’s high school quilt time so I have to get those creative juices going.