Friday, May 2, 2014

Fabulously Fast Quilts

If you are looking for the (late) parade of mini will post on Saturday. Sorry for the inconvenience...I have some market sewing deadlines to meet :)

Welcome to my stop on the Fabulously Fast Quilts blog tour. I am so honored that my friend Amy asked me to participate--she is an amazing person and wonderful quilter. I always come away inspired after talking with her, and her blog is informative, fun, and full of "quilty" eye candy!

 You can see from these photos that there are some very inspiring projects included in Fabulously Fast Quilts!

I love the simplicity and the modern feel of this squares quilt...

And this one...well...I love it (and the aqua barn in the photo). And... Amy asked each blogger participating in her tour to share a tip  that helps us get things done "fast." Well I've been doing lots of sewing lately...with lots of quarter-square triangles...and I recently posted my favorite fast (and accurate) method for making them.

You can find my post on my favorite fast and fun quarter-square triangle method here.

Be sure to stop by the other blogs and read all about their fast and fun tips for sewing and quilting!

Monday April 28
Sachiko Aldous of Tea Rose Home
April Rosenthal of April Rosenthal
Jennifer Mathis of Ellison Lane

Tuesday April 29
Jen Wilding Cardon of Stitch This! Martingale Blog
Amy Ellis of Amy's Creative Side
Lori Holt of Bee in my Bonnet

Wednesday April 30
Faith Jones of Fresh Lemons Quilts
Melissa Mortenson of PolkaDot Chair
Amy Gibson of Stitchery Dickory Dock

Thursday May 1
Lee Heinrich of Freshly Pieced
Lynne Goldsworthy of Lily's Quilts
Jeni Baker of In Color Order

Friday May 2
Katie Blakesley of Swim Bike Quilt
Lindsay Conner of Craft Buds
Sherri McConnell of A Quilting Life

Thanks so much for stopping by!


Sigi G said...

Thank You Sherri for your tutorial and tip - I try so hard to keep even seams and trim exactly, but...I'll look into one of those rulers. Thanks!

Kathleen OGrady said...

Thanks for the tip Sherri. I know that if it is coming from you it has to be good! Hope to see what those little beauties become.

Anita said...

Thank you Sherri. Anything that helps us quilters saves time is wonderful. :)

Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...

Love the quilts in Amy's book. And your little QST tutorial is great! Have a happy day!

KatieQ said...

Thanks for the tip. I have to admit that I have trianglephobia so I am always looking for ways to improve.

OhioLori said...

Great Tip! Thank you!! Kept your Tutorial earlier...made it soooo much easier to do Half & Quarter Triangles! Going to use soon too!! :)

Thimbleanna said...

Amy's book looks wonderful. Thanks for your tip Sherri!

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