Here is the progress on the table runner. Border has been added and I started to quilt however I wasn't happy with how I had started so must remove the quilting done and restart...while I am waiting to get in the mood to rip stitches I am working on two T-Shirt Quilts. They are for customers so I will post pictures after they are finished and I get permission to do so. They have been fun but I must get back to the Bargello runner. I love it. The runner pattern is called: Rainbow Bargello and was purchased on Craftsy from CastillejaCotton.
Great pattern. Easy to follow instructions. Would be a perfect beginner bargello project.
These three quilts will be delivered to Arizona sometime in March/April of this year. I only did the pale quilt top with the swirly animals. The other two were constructed from blocks sent to me by two other QFC members. I have shipped all three tops off to another member who will quilt and bind these three and mail them off to the co-ordinator for this quarter's project.
Always fun to get those blocks in and then the challenge to make them even better than they are when they arrive.
Sorry these pictures are sideways. I am still having trouble getting pictures transferred in the same orientation as I see them on my computer.
The main fabric here reminds me of the orange and vanilla on a stick from the ice cream store (Cliff's) I used to eat as a kid.
The blocks are a sampler made of patterns provided for our park quilt and a miss make of a recent Missouri Star Quilt block, and the Dresden "flower" was made with varied sized templates. Card trick, baskets, 8 pointed star, butterflies with the drunkard's path, maple leaf, Ohio Star, Sea Star-Urchin from Thangles, fans, and paper-pieced hexagon flower (from Paper Pieces). A fun quilt allowing me to use some of the templates I have collected over time and never used. Of course, I adapted some of the blocks that were presented by our teacher and others I just found blocks I wanted to try and put them in.
The fabrics were won from L&L Yard Goods when I turned in my Row by Row 2015 quilt before anyone else did. Thanks Lenora. Enjoyed working with these fabrics.
I will quilt this one later. Likely to be shown at the shown in the park show as just a top.