August 2012 | I am happy to display photos of your paper-pieced projects.
by Melissa Fait
Attached is my Handbell block. I am a director of Handbells at my church and plan to make this into a "flag" of sorts for our practice room.
Free Handbell pattern
Godmother Display in Columbus, Mississippi
from Julia Graber
These godmothers were on display at the Possum Town Quilter's Quilt Exhibit in Columbus, MS at the Rosenzweig Art Center in July 2012.
Guild President's Quilt
by Kim West
Thank you again for the ability to print multiple copies of the Aloha Shirt pattern for our guild's president top. Here is the post about it with photos.There were 77 blocks (out of 260 members) - we had about 1/3 participation, which is fine. I held several "tutorial classes" to help those who couldn't grasp the collar part. I think more participation would have resulted in a quilt too big to use.
Free Hawaiian Shirts pattern
Blog Hop Projects by Mdm Samm
[This lady created and participates in a quilting blog hop. I personally do not know how it works, but it sounds like fun. Perhaps you would like to look into it!]
Nice chatting with you, and thank you for your encouragement… I just love to paper piece, big thanks to designers like yourself.
Here is my big blog...I have 2... Blog hop and my personal blog. [See her last message there.]
Here are some links of some of our blog hop results. You can check out my pinterest boards…since the fall we have done the ghastlies, table toppers, red white and blue presently.
The bowls with borders blog hop we have scheduled for August--169 quilters will be making these bowls in diff/t colors and themes.
Here are some blocks for the red white and blue blog hop I will be posting on July 16th.
As noted, some are your patterns...I have a total of 20 so far. I quickly grabbed some to take this shot.
Patterns except bra are not from the Paper Panache site
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