Seeing your projects made using WeddingDressBlue tutorials makes me very happy. So happy, in fact, I share the pictures with all my readers. Which encourages them to make more projects. Which they share with me. Which makes me happy again. Yep, this entire blog is a conspiracy of quilting and happiness!
Here is a striking version created by Charlene of Calico Rose using black background fabric. It makes the “arrow” secondary pattern show up much more, don’t you think? I like the piano key border, too.
Moira built this nice variation on Build-A-Baby. I like the corners.
Linda has a finished Calico Rose top, too. She conquered those borders!
I am particularly honored that Gaby chose Hundred Hugs as her very first quilt. She is off to a great start in the joyful world of quilting.
Bonnie’s Calico Rose is FINALLY (her words, not mine) finished. She did a nice job and is waiting for the next quilt along. I really need to get one put together.
Yvonne is working along on a Film at Five. It started out to be a baby quilt, but just kept growing. She is using all black in the “filmstrip” sashing.
And, finally, Martha has been stitching away. She shared three quilts: Calico Rose, Film at Five and Stutter Steps. All darling baby-size versions.
Thank you all for sharing and for supporting WeddingDressBlue. I have been very quiet lately, but I am on Spring Break this week and have several things I hope to show you soon. In the meantime, you all keep sewing for me!
6 thoughts on “Show And Tell–That Happy Time”
thank you for sharing…the quilts are so beautiful…such a treat
Beautiful quilts all of them. Everyone can be very pleased with their exquisite color choices and creativity. Congratulations most especially to Gaby Her quilt is gorgeous.
I really love all of these projects, Every one shares inspiration
That’s a conspiracy I can get behind. =) I always love seeing what people do with your patterns. I may have to make a baby one with the black background. That looks so amazing … and my squares are adding up fast!
Thank you so much for sharing! I love seeing different versions of the same quilts. I had never noticed the arrows in Calico Rose before.
The quilts look great, love the variations.