finished 2017

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

garlic knots

I have been anxious to start something new. I had a small batch of scraps that needed to be cut down into useable sizes, so I started cutting for garlic knots a Bonnie Hunter pattern from her quiltville store. The next thing I knew 2 inch strips were flying everywhere, and I had cut the all the colors and most of the neutrals. See that little shoe box of pieces? how can that be a whole quilt?
How can that ever make a dent in the scraps? Oh, I will keep trying. Still it is sooo cute.


When it grows up it wants to be... the pattern is here




Our guild presentation by Pam Durant last night included a Marie Webster quilt. One of two that were commissioned of her. I think it is beautiful. Maybe someday...





Remember this finish?

it is featured on midweek makers - thanks Cathy and Susan



I am linking to:
WOW
Midweek Makers
Jo's Country Junction UFO
Bee Social
Silly Mama WIP

4 comments:

  1. lovely projects!

    thanks for linking up!

    brooke@sillymamaquilts.com

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  2. Love garlic knots - they're so fun! Thanks for sharing on Midweek Makers

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  3. I think this will be my next big project--after the semester is over. I'd like to do Garlic Knots in Christmas fabrics for my son and his wife.

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  4. You might want to spellcheck your second sentence...ha! It says, "a small batch of CRAPS." Or was that intentional? In any event, thanks for the giggle!

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