Monday, May 30, 2011

Winding Ways

Barbara made this quilt. She writes :
I think I have mentioned before that I was making a Winding Ways quilt for my daughter who married last November in Germany.
The wedding celebration was May 14th in Dalldorf, Germany, and I finished the quilt just in time !

Absolutely gorgeous, Barbara ! I hope the young couple appreciates your work.

Carol used the 9" Winding Ways collection, and the quilt is 72 x 81"

Friday, May 20, 2011

Candied Hexagons

Annie is making Candied Hexagons, a patter based on the (Australian) Frederica Josephson Quilt. She is - in part - using the hexagon-designs found on the Inklingo Sampler blog.

Looking real good, Annie!

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Tumbler Fish

Elly made this 'quiltlet' with the Tumbler Collection and a wee bit of applique.
Finished size : approximately 10 x 12".
... yes, I know, cute :-)

Monday, May 16, 2011

Snack Quilt

Ruby in Nova Scotia made this wonderful quilt last spring.
She writes :
I made this Grandmother's Flower Garden last spring for my mother's 91st birthday. It is hand pieced and machine quilted. Here it is hanging at our local guild's quilt show.

I used the Snack Quilt pattern and 1.5 inch hexagons from the Inklingo CD #3 collection.Ruby in Nova Scotia

Size of finished quilt : 48 x 68"

Pickled Clamshells

Jeannette from South Australia is (once again !) quietly finishing one beautiful quilt after another. This one with Pickled Clams and Flying Geese.
Jeannette writes :
The Clams are all hand pieced and the Flying Geese are machine pieced. The Geese measure 1.5 x 3". I used 1.5" HST from Collection 2 [ed. sold out, but the 1.5" HST is in the 00B HST collection too] and 4.25" unprinted squares for the Geese, and 9" Pickle Clamshells.
I am very happy with the way it all went together. It was easy peasy.

Size of quilt 49.5 x 63"

Saturday, May 14, 2011


The Insanity fever is not abating. Rather, the tops begin to finish up.
Carole is making one too !
Remember, when you see these, that they are made using hexagons that are 0.5" to the side, that's right, half-an-inch to the side.

Looking good, Carole !