Tuesday, April 23, 2013

A Couple Finishes of My Own....

Here is my Granny Square Quilt that I made from a free tutorial on the Moda Bake Shop.  I used Sweetwater's new line called "Noteworthy".  I absolutely love this line of fabric.  It's so simple and the colors are just refreshing.  I wanted to keep it simple so I just quilted straight lines on it. 

 And a little sneak peek....This is a quilt I shared a while back with you....I've been trying to get all my unfinished quilts done this year so I'm quilting a couple of my own each month.  I still need to add the binding on to this one and then I will share the whole quilt.  I'm in love with this one!  I made it out of Tula Pink's
fabric "Saltwater" and used Julie Herman's Hex n' More ruler.  It went together really fast.  Just cut 2-1/2 inch strips and sewed them together then cut the hexagons out with my fun new ruler.  Makes these hexagons a snap!


Isn't this fabric amazing?  I love the texture of the quilting as the light was coming in the windows in my sewing room.  Thanks so much for stopping by today!  I hope you find some time to do a little quilting.



  1. Oh my! Both quilts are absolutely gorgeous! I also love the noteworthy fabric collection. It is beautiful!

  2. Both quilts are so pretty, Teresa!! I love the quilting, too....your work is amazing :o)

  3. Simply gorgeous! Love love love that Tula Pink!

  4. I love both of these - nice effect with the long lines, and the hexi quilt is just amazing. :) What batting do you have in it?

  5. Oh Teresa--You are just the most awesome quilter and you should be very proud of yourself. Both of these quilts are simply amazing. Thanks for sharing with all of us!!

  6. I love them both so much! Just beautiful and you are such an amazing quilter.

  7. Both quilts are amazing. I also love the noteworthy fabric and used it completely different. These straight lines add a new look to the quilt.
    The hexagons are uniquely quilted. They look like flowers. Beautiful work. I love the colors too. Thank ypu for showing your quilts.