Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Last of the Challenge Quilts

This one is "When the cat is away, the mice will play." Looks like the cats are playing in the fabric and yarn also.

Here is "Mighty oaks from little acorns grow." This is a two sided quilt and the other side is shades of green.

Here is "Proud as a peacock."

This is an old Kansas proverb "Save your bottles, you never know if it might rain whiskey."

This quilt is "Not everything is what is seems." Each block is made from 72 1/2 square triangles. Different fabric and colors make the blocks look completely different.

Here is "Waste Not, Want Not." Sue was inspired by Bonnie Hunter and used old clothes to make this quilt.

It was a successful challenge that people had a lot of fun with. We also announced the next challenge. For this one, we need to make a quilt representing a song title. We also have challenge fabric that must be used in the front of the quilt. You can see the rules here. This one is not due until March of 2009. I am already thinking of songs - got to check out how much Elvis fabric I have stuck away.


  1. I love that each quilt has a theme!
    I really like the colors in the peacok one! Very nice :)


  2. #4 is great! That is what my stewdio looks like if I forget to close the door.

  3. Thanks for sharing all the quilt photos. I love them all, especiallly the dancing girls.

  4. I like all of those quilts. I couldn't pick a favorite. Everyone was so creative.

  5. What fun quilts!

    And Welcome to the Mystery Quilter's Webring :)

  6. these are awesome! so it might rain whiskey some day? No wonder I've always saved bottles!!

  7. Anonymous5:12 AM

    I really enjoyed the Waste Not Want Not quilt :-)


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