Welcome to Quilt-Cam! The feed screen is at the bottom of this post, but first a bit of background:
This is Holly’s set up for Quilt-Cam!
Can you see that she is working on the Quilts of Valor Block Drive for Kevin the Quilter??
I’m still so tickled at the overwhelming response and what awesome quilts are being made with donated blocks from all over the globe.
Hi Bonnie!Thanks for sharing Holly!
Thank you for Quiltcam tonight. I love the quilt you are working on. I put aside the double wedding ring quilt I am working on to make QOV blocks for Kevin the Quilter. Such a great project, so glad you shared it with us. Also got out my new-to-me Featherweight, it just seems like the right way to do this.
Thank you for all you do for us.
Holly in NY
And I’m glad you’ve tuned in with me tonight…I’ve pulled out a long forgotten ((as in BURIED)) UFO and I want to get going on it again. And sometimes the thought of just what it is going to take, the mindless repetition, the hours of sewing, make it so much better to have you to sew along with.
A whole tote of String Spider Web parts!
Some blocks sections just waiting for the trim-up.
Some blocks all ready done and de-papered!
Papers cut and kites glue-stick-basted on!
Yes, and Johnny Depp too! This was a plastic place mat from the Dollar Store, and it has a gridded texture on the reverse side..great for making templates! You can see my kit template all cut out and marked so I know what it is…
I’m going to be stringing along on these sections tonight.
My crumb drawer is overflowing and this is the perfect project to put these pieces to good use!
You can find the free pattern for String Spider Web under the Free Patterns tab at the top of the blog if you feel so encouraged to give this quilt a go along with me. I’ll be working on it for the next several quilt-cams and would like to see it done. It’s going to be a newer, brighter class sample for when I teach this class in my travels.
Click the arrow on the screen below to start the feed – let’s sew!