Sunday, September 24, 2017

Slow stitching Sunday and a mini quilt finish

Hi everyone, 

I hope you had a nice weekend.
I had a great weekend with my family. 
The weather was beautiful and I also got to do some sewing.

Today, is I was able to continue hand sewing on my Leo's Mane quilt project. 
I had completed step 1 in the sew along quite early.
But, since I purchased the pre cut papers from 
Eagles Wings Quilts , I was able to continue on with my progress. 

Here's my progress so far.
I really like how it's coming together so far. 

I also made a mini improv spikes quilt.
I joined the modern quilt group of my local quilt guild. 
They have a separate meeting once a month and have challenges for the group members to try.
I'm a keener. Lol! I went to the meeting on Friday and then came home and started working on a mini quilt. 
I've always loved improv quilts, but never really tried them. 
I was inspired by Deb of A Quilter's table to make improv spikes. 
I finished this quilt Saturday night. 
I really like the way it turned out.
I like the size of this project and may make another one in a similar size. 

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7 comments:

Cynthia Brunz Designs said...

Two great scrappy projects. I really like those EPP stars. Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap!

WoolenSails said...

Beautiful quilting and piecing, I do not have the patience for sharp angles, lol.

Debbie

Miaismine said...

Very nicely done! Both projects are so pretty! Was that second project was hand pieced as well? Awesome!

The Cozy Quilter said...

Leo' looks fantastic! I love the fabrics you have chosen to use. Isn't liberated piecing fun!?!

Kaja said...

I really like the way it turned out too -you chose a great selection of fabrics for your spikes.

a good yarn said...

Your improv quilt is striking and I really like the chequerboard effect on your paper pieced project.

joanne w said...

Love your Leo's Mane! Reminds me of the star points in Passacaglia. I love fiddly projects like this. And the improve spikes are intriguing as well. Better slide my chair away from the computer and back towards the sewing machine!