Other People’s Projects

Yes, today I thought I’d share the other projects that got done at Piece House over the weekend.

Bev and Barb were very ambitious, bringing four or five projects each. I admit I carried five different things to work on, too, even though I didn’t get to all of them.

Here is Bev’s Bricks and Steppingstones – a Bonnie Hunter pattern that you can find on her free pattern tab at Quiltville.com (click on the red heart button on the left side of my page) Bev likes to make bright quilts in the winter to cheer things up – I say she accomplished that!!


Barb worked diligently on this table runner, so that all she would have is the hand stitching on the binding to finish for her next retreat. Safe travels Barb, can’t wait to see this all finished.


We did some design consulting with Barb, to determine how to get this wall hanging finished. I’ve shown the progress on the center medallion a number of times. Isn’t it gorgeous!?! I love those tiny hexies!!!


Next is another wall hanging that Barb was working on. Aren’t those 3 dimension triangles great!?!


This is Bev’s version of another Bonnie Hunter quilt – Blue Ridge Beauty. The pattern is in her book “Adventures with Leaders and Enders” Bev is making this for her king sized bed, so this is only one fourth of the quilt top. The setting will be a barn raising pattern when it’s all finished. Can’t wait to see it!


I went to my quilt group meeting last night. We always seem to have a lot of fun. We have a new member who is interested in quilt-as-you-go. So, if you are checking in today, this is for you Barbara G. Click HERE to link with my blog post about QAYG. There are also a LOT of other sites that have information about how to make quilts with this method, all you have to do is “Google” it.

I’m linking up with Freshly Pieced for WIP Wednesday. Click HERE

This is my work in progress right now – and I haven’t made much progress!! Maybe this evening I can have a marathon session at the sewing machine!



One thought on “Other People’s Projects

  1. Should we challenge your readers to find the five blocks that were turned the wrong way in the Blue Ridge Beauty quilt? It looks much better since I fixed them. I could see the problem better in your photo than I did in person!


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