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little Forest quilt (with a few gnomes) by parrishplatz, via Flickr

jelly roll quilt So simple and beautiful. Why do I always think things have to be complicated! I'd make way more quilts if I learned that lesson!

A bookshelf quilt! You could embroider the names of your favorite books on them. Would be a great hand-me-down for your children (the books would tell them a bit about you).

Hour Glass Quilt Blocks - would be cool to do the opposite so there was white at the center for alternating blocks

Finished baby quilt based on the Garden Path quilt in "Freddy & Gwen Collaborate Again" Quilted in the ditch, bound in dark gray solid. Appx 40 x 50

How do some people bring such order out of apparent random-ness? Not my strength with quilting, but I love it.

"string quilt for carol lee :: August 2010-December 2011 :: Cotton fabric, thread and batting. New fabric mixed with vintage bits from Carol Lee's Mom's stash of quilting and sewing fabrics worked in throughout. The task was to create a quilt using the vintage bits that did not feature primary colors and would complement a gray chair--hence the wonky color scheme. But I like a challenge, it forces me to think outside the box and avoid falling back on familiar techniques and patterns." (by square one studio)

Great way to use scraps- looks like block was made using strips to fill up block. Then cut corner to corner to make 4 triangle , then sewn back together to create the block. Hmmm, love this idea and the white sashing make the blocks just pop

Great re-make of my 2001 String quilt, later intro'd as String Theory via my SH quilt license, originally inspired by Anna Williams.