Thanks so much for everyone who helped me to earn the Sew Fun Quilting Weekend. I had a blast and learned so much. I would love to show all of you how to make these awesome quilts. If you want to learn let me know.
So here’s the first quilt. It’s the one I made for my husband. It’s made with 10 by 10 square and then I cut out the small squares with the Big Shot Scallop Square Die. This is the same die I used to make the baby quilt and the rag bags. I will post more pictures after I get it quilted. When it’s done and you wash it then the ends come up and and frey a bit like the rag bags.
This is the second quilt that I made. This one is for me. As you can see I tied in several of the same patterns. They are both green, brown and white and then I added the pink to mine and the blue to his. Mine is made with the Scallop Circle Die and Scallop Circle #2 die. This one is really pretty when it’s quilted because all the circles just pop. It’s also really easy to make and not very much sewing. I just sewed the outside boarders and then glued on all the scallop circles. I also found out that there’s something in the chemical make-up of our glue that makes it so that it doesn’t gum up the needle for the quilters and then washes out.
I made both these quilts on Saturday at the event, that’s cut sew and glue plus time to visit and eat. I think what took the longest was deciding which patterns to put where. I also made a quilt Friday Night and a baby quilt on Sunday. I will post those later.
If you want to see the fun projects in person, be sure to stop by my booth at the Hyrum Star Spangled week on July 5th.