Day 2 Virtual Designers Quilt Show

>> Tuesday, April 14, 2020

Day 2 is on! 

Click the image above or RIGHT HERE to go to Day 2 and meet some more designers

I hope you are enjoying some virtual time visiting the show. I am!

Planning Ahead

I've also found a  quilt along that I think I'm going to start next month :)

This month is all about the Inventory Quilt Project and I am working on it and enjoying making another Liberated Churn Dash Quilt. But!

prayer flag fabric jelly roll

This will be a quilt along using a free pattern and a jelly roll. Of which I have one. Just one. That I have been hanging onto for . . . 10 years?

I made layer cake blocks that match 10 years ago - remember this?! And if you don't, go take a look as it's a pretty good bio about me and where I come from quilting-wise.

OK. Back to the quilt along. It will be using this pattern, Jelly Rainbow, is free from Moda. 

The link will open as a pdf. Save it, you might need it ;)

It's being sponsored, cheered on, promoted by the Ruby Star Society designers.

layer cake blocks

I still have my layer cake blocks and am thinking about adding them to this pattern to make a bigger quilt. I have some yardage of one print in the line too. What do you think?

Here's hoping you can find - or make your own - rainbow soon too!

With Joy,

Sarah V.

p.s. here's the link to the rafflecopter for the Designers Quilt show again


Jannette April 14, 2020 at 11:50 AM  

Oh WOW! I made that quilt 10 years ago! I bought the only layer cake that my LQS had on sale (lots of rich, dark colours - not really the best for the quilt!) - and I made the quilt and donated it to some good cause...
How fun to realize that you designed one of the blocks!

Sarah Vanderburgh April 14, 2020 at 2:49 PM  

Cool, Janet! Yep, I've held onto this jelly roll and the blocks for 10 years. This at home break is helping me focus on projects that I want done - for me :) Hope you're well!

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