Monday, September 1, 2014

Parade Day!

I think when Lisa, Nicole and I came up with our idea for a Quick Curve Ruler Sew-Along, we promised a parade at the end of the summer.  I think September 1st constitutes the end of summer, so hurray, it's parade day!

First up is Dawn's Dancing Churndash pattern, which she has named Good Day Sunshine.



I think Dawn was the last one to start the sew-along but the first one to have a totally finished quilt.  Click here to read and see more.  Great Job Dawn!  I love the pattern and your choice of fabrics.  I've added this one to my To Do List.

Here's another finished top, this Metro Rings was made by Ramona.



Ramona is leaving the borders wide to try her hand at scalloped borders.  This is another beautifully pieced top made with some of my favorite colors.  Great Job Ramona!!

Here is Mickey's top, Metro Lattice



Mickey enjoyed working on Metro Lattice so much she plans to make Metro Rings next.



Here's a little sample of how Mickey plans to quilt her Metro Lattice, good luck Mickey, your quilting is fabulous and perfect for this quilt.  Great Job Mickey!!

Kristen also made a Metro Lattice.



Kristen has yet to blog about how she got along quilting this top, but be sure to check her blog, Meadowbrook, for updates, I will.  Great Job Kristen!

Vicky has all her Metro Scope blocks pieced, they just need to be connected.



Vicky, finish this up, there's a bed in LA just waiting for this quilt!  Click here to read about Vicky's experiences while piecing this top.  Great Job Vicky!

Here is Diana's Metro Rings, that she name Disappearing Rings. 


Diana is also playing around with a smaller Metro Rings block for a baby quilt that she's named Teething Rings!  HAHAHA good one.  Click here to read all about it!  Great Job Diana!

And here's one more Metro Rings quilt, queen size!



Susan made this quilt as a blessing quilt for her son and his bride to be.  Friends and family will write words of blessing for their marriage in the background fabric! Great Job Susan!  But I think this quilt will get even better!

And here's what I made for the sew along!

One Metro Scope block.


This block was easy to piece and came together perfectly.  I think this is a good first block if you're still undecided which pattern you want to try. I hope to make this block into a pillow.

And my Metro Hold the Lattice, using Persimmon by BasicGrey.


I need to get this quilt top to a quilter,  it will look great in my sunroom this fall, wait, it's September 1st, it IS fall.

And finally, remember this?  This was the project I made from Jenny's misfit blocks.  I named my project Round About.


Jenny has created a free tutorial on piecing this block on her blog here.  And she's named it Cupcake! Thanks Jenny, love the block, love the name!!


Thanks to all who took time out of their busy summer to sew along with us.  I had fun, I hope you did!  Nicole has some parade pictures too, be sure to check them out as well.

And if you would like to see even more amazing Sew Kind of Wonderful QCR quilts, check out Jenny's linky party here.







If I missed your finished project send an email and I'll add it! Thanks!
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9 comments:

  1. Wow , thanks for sharing all these beautiful quilts, so fun to see how different they can be. you have tempted me more I know I need to buy this ruler. Kathie

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  2. Thanks for the wonderful show and tell. So many curvy creations! Love your Roundabout quilt!

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  3. Thanks for sharing. I received last week my ruler, so now have to choose a pattern !

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  4. hi Thelma great parade thanks for including me im planning on finishing up my teething rings deciding the border and finishing up quilting on my hexies quilt too this week soon as my dear husband returns to work on vacation and he says no sewing boo hoo that is vacation for me !

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  5. I love these quilts! I'm waiting for the yardage this month for the backing, and I already have a quilter lined up! It just might be ready for that bed before the move! Thanks again for picking my name in the ruler give-away. I was hesitant about getting it, and now it's one of my favorite rulers!

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  6. WOW! these are all fabulous! So inspiring!

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  7. Such inspiration! A lot of quilters mastered the quick curve ruler and came up with some amazing quilts.

    Thanks for sharing!

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  8. Thanks for the eye candy! I am loving the ruler projects. May have to put it on my birthday list!!
    G

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