Wow, so these are getting more and more widely spaced, huh?
Oh, so how cute is Karen's pie mini quilt using Hayley C.'s Pie in the Sky quilt pattern!!!!
Karen also finished a top using Red Pepper Quilts's pickle dish variation tutorial and the new Denyse Schmidt line. She has misgivings, but I think it's awesome looking!
She's also made this cutie for charity, Mini Charming, based on Denyse Schmidt's Big Charming quilt pattern:
Rossie has an adorable new quilt pattern, the Happy Houses Quilt available from Birch fabrics (and a snazzy new website!)
Rossie has also made a rainbow quilt block:
I think it may be the year of rainbow quilts!
Debbie has a new version of her Turnstile Quilt on her blog, Water Wheel:
Debbie has one quilt finished for charity, Triple Treat. I love the tonal variation here:
She also performed an interesting experiment about straightline quilting.
Brenda has a new pattern in Modern Patchwork called Bento Box:
Love that cool color palette!
Brenda was also a guest on the Modern Sewciety Podcast episode #69. And you should all check that out!
Kathy S. has done some embellishment on the quilt Caroline made her in last year's secret stalker swap:
Kathy also has posted a refresher on machine binding quilts.
Actually, Kathy, being our most prolific blogger always has tons of interesting stuff, and I have to skim, but I love this quilt and here's a series on improv, parts 1, 2, and 3. But really, you should just read her blog.
Cherie's been working on an English paper piecing project inspired by a Sarah Fielke pattern, Jazz Hands, from the book Material Obsession 2:
Lynn is also making progress on her English paper piecing projects, she's doing La Passacaglia from the book Millefiori Quilts:
And I managed to finish one of my ongoing English paper piecing projects, a pillow cover:
I also shared my two warped double wedding ring mini quilts, though for brevity's sake, I'll show you one and just give you a link for the other:
Pam L made these neat blocks for a bee:
And that's all from me! Happy sewing!