We have recently received several photos of quilts made from our patterns. We LOVE getting photos and sharing them with you all!
Here is a Supper Club throw version shared with us by Quilt Expressions in Boise, Idaho . It was a hoot meeting up with the Quilt Expressions staff at Market. They are warm, fun and extremely businesslike and helpful. Go to their website and watch the video about their store if you want to get a feel for what we are talking about. The big news is that they are offering kits of this quilt! Find out details here. This Supper Club is made from a couple Kona Cotton solids and some of the Echo collection from Windham Fabrics. A single fun fabric was used in the large rectangles rather than the pieced rectangle option.
|Quilt Expressions Echo Kit of Modern Quilt Relish's Supper Club|
Annie of Studio Sequana shared this tempting Narrow Quilt Version of Salad Bar. Annie has joined our Flickr group so perhaps you have already seen this photograph she posted there.
Annie also sent us a wonderful email with this photo. Here is what she had to say.
"I want to make the larger size now......I just love this pattern. Interesting that you just did a baby quilt, since I have one to make soon too....I think this will be my choice for that. It's so much fun putting the fabrics together."
She ordered two different patterns after Salad Bar! That is such a compliment to us.
|Annie of Sequana Studio's version of Salad Bar|
Below is a totally different version of the same quilt! Now can you see why we love to get photos? We get the opportunity to see our designs in different fabrics, and we didn't have to do the sewing!
This one is extra special because Andrea will be teaching Salad Bar as a class. We are very excited. Andrea teaches at Fran's Sewing Circle in Wilmington, North Carolina. Here is where you go to find out more about the class. It is being offered February 22nd. Hope we get some photos of the class and their projects! (Hint, hint...) Check out their website--they also had fun at Market!
This was sent in by Yuri. This is her version of Brioche and Baguette. It is most intriguing to see it in batiks. We think we might just have to try that!
|Yuri's version of Brioche & Baguette|
We'd also like to point out that a couple of the above received their patterns and rewarded us with photos in as little two weeks! Wow!!!
Thank you to you all for sharing,