Hello SMQG! This post has been taking me a while to get put together. I’ve recently switched jobs so I have not had much time to dedicate to the Guild for the first part of October. Therefore, I wanted to post this first part of the Sew & Tell series so that you are not waiting too long for information. If you do not see yourself on the blog yet, do not worry I will be posting Sew & Tell Part II. You can view ALL projects from the October Sew & Tell on the Seattle Modern Quilt Guild Flickr page. Thanks for your patience and Happy Quilting!
Lisa N. with adorable tote made from “Hip to Be Sqaure” Pattern. Lisa Used several color ways of the Pearl Bracelet fabric by Lizzy House for Andover Fabrics. (By clicking this link you can access Lizzy’s blog which has a great download for those of you who have collected every color of her Pearl Bracelet line – check it out!)
Kristi with quilt made for her sister. Lovely combination of brown and teal.
Back of Kristi’s quilt.
This is Debi P’s Wallet! We are hoping to get the pattern for this project linked to this post as well! Great project for a functional gift for a friend or relative.
Lots of room for all kinds of quilt shop punch cards in this spacious wallet! There would be endless possibilities to customize.
Tracey’s scrappy 16 patch.
Tracey’s 16 Patch back, made from cozy and cuddly flannel, it’s perfect for fall.
Tracey has been busy! She had another stunning quilt to share! This is her “Trip Around The World” quilt.
The back of Tracey’s second quilt. A playful print makes me want to cuddle up with this quilt.
Season Evans shared her original design “Gravity” with the group.
The back of Season’s quilt shows the skillful craftsmanship and modern flair that she has diligently come to master. Bravo!
Sue with “Lydia’s Quilt”
The back of Sue’s quilt. This was her 4th quilt completed! Congratulations Sue! Can’t wait to see the next one hot off the presses.
Kate’s precious hand-quilting Denise Schmidt quilt is finally finished! Some of you may have seen Kate at sew-ins stitching away on this artful quilt.
A close of up Kate’s handi-work.