My Top 5 Tutorials of 2015

>> Wednesday, December 30, 2015

It's that time of year - time to reflect and celebrate, pause and plan.
Cheryl at Meadow Mist Designs has a linky party set up to help quilting bloggers share their Top 5.

Here are my Top 5 Tutorials from 2015

Liberated Churn Dash quilt cover pic


My Liberated Churn Dash Tutorial was my most popular post - still! 

The popularity of this tutorial and Kathy Mack's encouragement led me to creating a pattern for it too! Liberated Churn Dash QUILT.
I use this quilt on my bed and am so grateful that so many others are enjoying this block.
Have you tried it yet?




button for Selvage Heart on String Tutorial


Second most popular this year was my Selvage Heart on a String Tutorial.

It was shared at FreeQuiltPatterns.Info and I received a lot of traffic from them - Thank You!
I will be making more of these blocks this weekend as a focus on my Roosting Round Robin quilt during the annual New Year's Luau with Pat Sloan.

Selvage Heart on a String Tutorial



9s a charm placemat pattern pic

Coming in at number 3 is my first charm friendly placemat pattern

Hard to believe it's 5 years old!
Still a great way to use up charm packs - or to cut up novelty fabrics that seem to breed in some of our stashes!

9's a Charm Placemat Pattern



Harvest Joy wall hanging pic


I tried something new this year - making my own sampler quilt sew along. 

Harvest Joy is made up of several different pieced blocks. I gave instructions for making this wall hanging shown above as well as another smaller table topper.
I also started a Facebook group where people could share their progress and there are some great projects there!

Harvest Joy Sew Along



Curling Rocks runner photo shoot pic



My number 5 pick for 2015 is my Curling Rocks Runner.

It was my first project designed it for the QUILT Social blog - and it won't be my last!
I had so much fun designing this one and in the process of sharing it ended up with a twitter account! {not that I visit there often, but I'm there!}
I have plans to incorporate the curling stone block into a row for a sampler later this year;)

Curling Rocks Runner at QUILT Social



And with that, I'm off to start planning more tutorials and projects for 2016!




Enjoy the linkup at Meadow Mist Designs






Wishing you a Joy filled 2016!


Sarah V.


3 comments:

Quilts By Laurel December 30, 2015 at 4:49 PM  

I love your Curling Rocks runner! So cute! :)

Cheryl December 31, 2015 at 8:28 PM  

Great finishes, the Curling Rocks runner is awesome! Thanks for linking up!

Janet December 31, 2015 at 11:02 PM  

Happy new year! Still love that Churndash quilt.

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