I love getting photos of Quilts and projects YOU made using my patterns and my fabrics. Sandi made my quilt design called "Baby Baskets" ( on my free pattern page) CLICK HERE To read Sandi's story about the quilt.
Donna took my "Wild and Free" workshop in Colorado... Here is what she shared...
"I am not very wild so
it was a stretch for me to make a crazy background. I decided to use
yellow, blue, and green for grass, sky, and sun with red and white added
for flowers. Here is my final project. I reduced the background by 25%
so I could use my Go!Cutter dies for the flowers, stems, and critters
and I call it my Wild Go Garden.
Thank you so much for all you shared at our guild meeting. The
presentation was informative and fun and I am now a podcast subscriber.
Although I am not the wild type I will not likely use a solid
background for my future applique projects. One day this will actually
Here are all my blocks set side by side like Jackie did.
WHAT HAPPENED??? I was using a layer cake and a few bits of yardage. My fabric Is BUSY BUSY BUSY... so when I set it side by side it mushes and blends.
But I can correct that!
MUCH better!! I love playing with BUSY fabric. I love to see what happens when I mix up busy prints.
There are blocks I would do over if I was planning things 'again'. But I'm not planning a second version and I'm not changing anything. I love the chaos and this will hang in my studio when done. I'm making quilts with lots of red to put in here so that I have mostly red and white... swoon!
Have you kept up? I can't wait to see what Setting Jackie has in store for us!
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