Super Show And Tell

You know this is one of my favorite things.  So many of you are so kind to share your projects made using WeddingDressBlue tutorials.  And they are so pretty!

Here’s Karen’s version of Film At Five.  It is destined to be a wedding quilt.  Seems appropriate! 

Lynn also made a Film at Five.  Great quilting!

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And Jenny’s version using yummy batiks.

30 Film at Five

Rhonda made at Hundred Patch variation using 2-1/2″ squares. Look at that quilting!

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And here is Maryann’s Hundred Patch, too.

Leslie made an enlarged Twinkle Baby  quilt with 30 blocks.  The backing is fleece.  Cosy and warm!

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You can see this Hundred Hugs at the Crafty Creek!

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And a Fading Charms version by Marilyn.  What a difference color arrangement makes!

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And here is the first finished Growing Up Odd that I have seen.  Great job, Maxine!

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Keep those pictures coming!  It is so satisfying to see fabric turn into quilts.

7 thoughts on “Super Show And Tell

  1. loved the pictures, makes one keen to get behind the machine in the holidays, did you ever get the email with the pictures of the Wyndham Patchworkers Mystery quilt project 2014 where we used your ‘Film at Five’ pattern, it made a great project and we had people that wouldn’t join in as they needed to see the end result asking for the instructions halfway through as they liked the look of others quilts. Hope you got a lot of new lookers from us. Thanks again for a great pattern
    Joy Sleeman
    President, Wyndham Patchworkers

  2. beautiful!!!! I’ve made a couple of the Films at 5: and also the Hundred Hugs (waiting to see if my twin great grandbabies due in Feb. will be boys or girls to make 2 more of them!) and I have all the parts done for Growing Up Odd done and just have to put them together…wowowow…had forgotten it..sometimes life gets in the way…you have such good tutorials…and I love all the scrappy looks…my favorite kind of quilts..

  3. Love that pattern. Wish I had time to focus on doing one. With 2 handicap people in the house most of my time is taken up. But I do love all of them. I would be hard pressed to choose only one. Nice job ladies.

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