As I’ve shown you how to create a t-shirt quilt, I continue with my project. After some blocks were culled because the quilt was too big, I laid out the blocks again to see how the recipient likes them and their layout. Once I hear back from her, we’ll be ready for the next lesson!
If you haven’t taken the time to check out Quilt Book Reviews, jump on over there and see what’s up! I’ll wait.
Do you like what you see? I sure am enjoying the quilt book reviews! These are images from a book published by C & T publishing. For special reviews, I am the type of person who likes to put together one of the patterns from something I’ve reviewed…and that’s what these photos are about.
Materials needed for the quilt project from the book review
Completed blocks from the book review pattern
You can see my full book review and this project at Quilt Book Reviews.
If anyone is interested in me review their books, please contact me!
I snapped this photo of the finished quilts that I have ready to send to my longarm quilter, Meloney! I still have a few to make before sending these off…but am waiting on my mother-in-law as she has a quilt she wants to send to Meloney and then I’ll send this stack and any others I finish before my MIL is ready with her quilt. I love to see these stacks of quilts, knowing that I have been able to accomplish so much despite my disability. It may take me longer to get quilt projects done…but, this stack is proof that I have made some quilt therapy progress!
While yesterday was Memorial Day, I thought I’d show off a little teaser for an upcoming patriotic-themed quilt project that will be featured in The Quilt Pattern Magazine. Let’s just say that *I* think it is an awesome design and I hope, once it is published, that you will, too!