Show And Tell Time!

I love Show and Tell time!  Readers are so kind to share their progress and projects based on WeddingDressBlue tutorials.  Keep them coming!

Here is a lovely (and breezy) version of Growing Up Odd.  About time for me to make another one of those!  She used 2-1/2″ squares and the quilt finished at approximately 100″.  I love the blue sashing.

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Here is a Twinkle Baby that Judy made and donated as a comfort quilt.  Such wonderful colors! Don’t the twinkl-y star points make you smile?!

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Ellen wrote: This started out as part of our church Christmas program.  I made squares for each of our kids to present a blanket to baby Jesus.  I then decided I should make something productive out of them since I had that many done.  This will fit on a king size bed and I am giving to Gigi’s Playhouse to auction off at our annual gala.

What a lovely result!  I am trying to decide how I could incorporate a similar idea in my classroom.

RAndy shared the Irish Stars pattern with her guild in Maine, and has sparked a whole new series of quilts there.  Thanks for sharing!  Here is her version.  So striking!

Dominique shared her Fading Charms Quilt made using 3-1/2″ squares.  She is hand quilting this beauty!

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Sheila created a Whimsically Growing Up Odd with a border.  The color coordination gives it a whole new look. Nice!

Meg has made several WeddingDressBlue patterns and shared her Starring Baby quilt this time.

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You can find all WeddingDressBlue tutorials in the TUTORIALS tab above.  Feel free to make and share.  Thank you for your kindness and support!

 

5 thoughts on “Show And Tell Time!

  1. I love Show & Tell – it’s always so inspiring! Thanks for all the patterns and pictures you share with us.

  2. Good morning! What a wonderful way to start off a Friday morning. I just LOVE all of them. Especially Judy’s Twinkle Baby – all of those colorful points look so darn cute. ~smile~ Roseanne

  3. Every one of those quilts is a winner, I think. What wonderful quilts, and wonderful purposes, people are making. I like the Irish Stars in those neutral colors. That is a favorite of mine of all your patterns I’ve done.

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