Saturday, November 6, 2021

UFO Busting #155

 


Welcome back to another Saturday of celebrating UFO's.  It's a time to celebrate finishing them, creating them and even ignoring them.  This week I officially started quilting on my version of Sandra at mmm!quilts Let Your Star Shine Quilt.


The quilting on this one is all about the curves.  It is actually the second version of this quilt that I have made.  I didn't really start with a quilting plan with either one of them, so its been interesting to watch them come together.  I will share full quilting details on both quilts when I finish this one later this weekend.  

Another project I haven't shared much about is my version of Cheryl at Meadow Mist Design's Macaroon Mystery Quilt.  



I'm always honored to pattern test Cheryl's mystery quilts.  It's probably one of the quilty things I look forward to the most each year and this year was no different.  There is plenty of time to join in before the final layout is revealed.


July brought clues for your fabric pull.  I took my inspiration from brightly colored macaroons.


August brought the excitement of cutting instructions.


September kicked things off with some half square triangles.


October found the flying geese migrating in.


And November called in more flying geese (you can never have too many).  November's instructions were just released this week.  So again, if you haven't decided to join in, there is plenty of time to grab some fabric and sew along.

That pretty much sums up the quilting fun for me for the week.  Let's take a look at what you were up to last week.  Nancy over at Grace and Peace Quilting was celebrating National Cat day (Oct 29th) with a special cat quilt.  


This is just a sneak peek of this beautiful and unique quilted hanging.  I love that it was a collaboration of international friends.  It would make any cat proud!  Make sure you swing by and congratulate Nancy on this beautiful finish.  Miss Caroline and I enjoyed it quite a bit.

Miss Caroline hanging out on her section of the Sweet Sixteen.

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3 comments:

Home Sewn By Us said...

Hi Tish! I'd say your version of representing bright, fun macrons is spot on. Those fabrics are so yummy for sure! {{Hugs}} I hope you're doing well. ~smile~ Roseanne

Kathleen said...

Love seeing your quilting on the star quilt…its looking fabulous. I also think your colors for the macaron mystery are just terrific - and now I want a macaron!

Yvonne @Quilting Jetgirl said...

Oh, great colors for the Macaroon mystery quilt. I look forward to seeing how the two versions of Let Your Star Shine compare to one another.

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