I completed a couple of quilts this week that I’ll be handing off to the community outreach coordinator for our quilt guild. My goal was to have no half-finished projects on my work table, and I’m almost there! I finished braiding some fabric I started for a rug about a decade or so ago, which just needs to be sewn into shape, and there’s a box waiting for a weathered wood finish I want to try. Just don’t start looking in boxes! 😂
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One of those quilts I mentioned is a rail fence pattern, and I found this post from Suzy Quilts while I was searching for ways to assemble the blocks. It’s such a great quilt for beginners (or anyone really), and I loved her colorful, clear graphics.
We humans really are programmed to notice a cute face, aren’t we? I wonder if I could keep that hair alive in these planters from smori on Instructables.
This poncho from Mary Martha Mama looks really easy to make, and would be a great transition piece for spring (if it ever stops snowing).
I love it when designers work traditional quilt blocks into a modern shape. This space shuttle from KelliFanninQuilts is so fun.
You can find these, and my previous Friday Favorites, on my Crafty Staci’s Friday Favorites Pinterest board!