Friday, June 6, 2014

new bits!




Donna in Wisconsin, sent me some shots of her new fun quilt! She says:

An I Spy quilt that I couldn't bear to toss so I just started sewing them together until I got a five inch square. I was between projects so I'd do a little bit each night. All of a sudden I had 70 5 inch squares! Most of the squares average about 14 pieces in them. A few have 22 pieces. I love my quilt made with made fabric. Thanks for the inspiration, and you are mentioned on the label on the back.

I will see you in Cedarburg, WI on the 27th of June,





See YOU in Wisconsin!!!

You can still attend the Lecture on June 27th,(we have a nice big space)at the Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts!
Come see my new series of 12 Double Wedding Rings, Three of my Grandmother's Quilts that were inspiration for some , and 4 of my big Star quilts!
Also, Sunday the 29th,is the Big official opening party for TRADITIONS! 12pm! 

See you there!
Tickets for the lecture can be purchased here.
If you are a member of the Museum, details here for the Special member talk with the DWR quilts.

6 comments:

Charlotta said...

That's a fabulous quilt.

ebwhite said...

This design and idea for using the little scraps is wonderful. I have already started to grow my pile of "made fabric" squares.
Cheers to you.

Lisa said...

I love this quilt, really stunning.

roccagal said...

that checkerboard fabric is perfect!!! love this quilt!!!!

JaneB said...

See you there V!

JaneB said...

See you there V!