Inspiring Quilters, Stitch by Stitch
Thanks to everyone who participated in my blog tour. I am so grateful to C&T Publishing and all the stops along the way. This is the last stop of the blog tour. Here are some quilts made from Simply Triangles book.
What can be done with the "Shenandoah Star" quilt?
Make a wall quilt from one of the hexagon.
Make two quilts and quilt them together, one on front and one on the back. Half the amount of quilting.
A smaller version of "Pinwheel Spin".
Check this quilt out that
American School Girls Quilt made by using the repeats of fabrics. The pattern is "Fall Stars" in Simply Triangles.
A blue rendition of "Simple Christmas Star" in Simply Triangles book. An overlay is on half the star diamonds to give the quilt dimension.
A zigzag stitch is used over embroidery thread to accent the star.
There is still time to post on some of the blogs for a chance to win "Simply Triangles" book. Click on the stops below and see if you can still add a comment.
Sept. 2 Canton Village Quilt Works
Sept. 3 Polly the Patch Worker
Sept. 4 Cherry House Quilts
Sept. 5 Jan Krentz
Sept. 6 Connecting Threads
Sept. 7 Coleen Sr. Xanga
Sept. 8 Quiltingal (Barbara H. Cline)
I have a tutorial on "Simple Christmas Star" wall quilt (See right top tab of blog). Make this small wall quilt by October 1 and receive a chance to win all the following books and patterns:
Just email a picture of the finished "Simple Christmas Stars" that you pieced (does not need to be quilted) to firstname.lastname@example.org and you will be entered in the drawing.
To win a copy of Simply Triangles, and the Creative Grids 60 degree triangle,
leave a comment before midnight Sunday, September 9.
A winner will be randomly selected on Monday, September 10.
Rules: One entry per person.
Winners from outside the U.S. will receive an electronic copy of the book.
You must provide a valid email address so that
we can contact you if you win.