Fruity O’s finish it up Friday!
noun \ˌin(t)-spə-ˈrā-shən, -(ˌ)spi-\
: something that makes someone want to do something or that gives someone an idea about what to do or create
: a force or influence that inspires someone
: a person, place, experience, etc., that makes someone want to do or create something
: a good idea
This post is dedicated to inspiration.
Back during the first week of April….
I was inspired by the finished Kansas Dugout quilt made by Rita of Red Pepper Quilts
And I jumped on the Kansas Dugout block band wagon.
You can read that first post here
As of last Thursday, the quilt top was finished and measured 44″ square.
Normally, I make baby quilts that are narrow enough to allow for a backing without seams.
This one would need to be pieced.
I love the challenge of trying new things!
This honey comb quilting, using an extended zig zag stitch, provides a fun finish.
A flanged binding adds a special touch and provides a little punch.
This method is perfect for anyone learning to do binding by machine.
You don’t always have to go searching for inspiration.
Sometimes it comes knocking on your door.
Jessica’s comment on that post read,
“Great tutorial! I love the animal print. My son loves the “fruity Os”. :)”
Thank you ALL for providing inspiration to others. Sharing your finishes. Sharing your WIP’s. Sharing your processes. Sharing your attempts and even your failures. Being a part of this great big world wide web of members of the online quilting community is such a great joy for me. And a blessing in sew many ways!
Where do you find inspiration?
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