Wednesday, October 22, 2014

WIP Wednesday!

Check out those darling pumpkins! Helen put a spin on our Crazy Eights pattern in the our Contemporary Curved Quilts book and made a harvest table runner! Love it! :)
Helen is busy today! 3 bindings on 3 quilts in 3 hours...well that was her goal at least! Let's hope she achieved it!
 
Sherilyn is almost finished with her 2nd ciuchallenge.  She's trying to decide on sashing color(s).  A lot of great ideas on FB, and she'd appreciate more thoughts here! Please comment and give her some ideas. #ciuchallenge to IG and FB and upload your pictures to Flickr. The quilts we are seeing are AMAZING! :)
Also, check out Sherilyn's Chic Kisses! She's half way finished and really loves how it's coming together.  This pattern, along with Chic Shells, will be released soon! 
Helen and Jenny enjoyed some sisterly time together at the quilt show in Santa Clara, CA. The Quick Curve ruler, patterns and book were a big hit! Sherilyn will hopefully get to join them next time! 
Happy Quilting!
-Jenny, Helen, and Sherilyn-
Sew Kind of Wonderful

9 comments:

SoozeM said...

Gorgeous quilts, I really love those pumpkins!

Sharon said...

Love Helen's spin on the Crazy Eights - got to make some pumpkins!

Katrina said...

I LOVE it! I can't wait until my book comes in the mail!

Melissa said...

I love the twist on the crazy 8s pattern! I think a nice Navy would look good on Sherilyn's sampler!

Susan Strong (strongstitches.wordpress.com) said...

Loving all the amazing projects. I think the sashing should be the same fabric as the background (white?) so all the blocks are floating. And maybe add in tiny cornerstones for interest.

Svetlana Severina said...

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Julie Beard said...

Wow, both quilts have the WOW factor and both colour ways are brilliant. Love them both. Stunning jobs.julie714@adam.com.au

Farm Quilter said...

Beautiful quilts!! I would use the aqua for sashing with the cheddar corner stones.

Valerie Lanham said...

love the Chic fabrics and quilt blocks - wonderful job ! I'd do the blue in sashing to keep the softness going. 'Course I love gold too.