Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Easy as 1, 2, 3 or maybe 10

After retuning home from our trip to Paducah, we met up with one of our quilting buddies. She brought this quilt to show what she was working on the week we were gone.

Isn't it pretty?

Buddy #1 shows Buddy #2 how to make this very cool quilt.

Then Buddy #2 shows me how to make the quilt :-)
Here is my collection of fabrics, with the project in the works.

And there is a great Youtube by the author of this pattern. You can find it here.

Have a great week, and Happy Quilting!

13 comments:

A Few Pennies said...

Love your blog! Your quilting talent is amazing--the beautiful pieces you put together makes lovely memories for sure. You won my little give-away--please email me your mailing address so I can ship your package this week. Thank you so much for entering! Hope you enjoy these little items. Have a wonderful week. Patty (A Few Pennies blog)

Cyndi said...

Hey Jocelyn! That quilt your friend made is really pretty....and I can see that yours is going to be equally so. This must be the week for that video...I've seen it twice already this week on other blogs! Going to have to give that a try!

XOXO,

Cyndi

Loris said...

That is clever! Sweet quilts and amazingly fast and simple! Love the ones you and your buddies made! Thanks for sharing the video link.

Luci said...

Just started one of these myself using a layer cake! How are you going to quilt it?

Crispy said...

Oooo your version is going to be so pretty with all the neutrals and the splash of red!! Is it done yet? LOL

Crispy

Linda said...

Gorgeous!!! Love it!!

Carrie P. said...

so simple but yet so neat. I really like that diamond the way it pops.

Carrie P. said...

I just went to see the video. So cool.

Allie said...

What a lovely pattern - can't wait to see yours all made up!

karen said...

I love the colour choices you have made for your quilt. It will be stunning!

Florence said...

I just watched the video, thanks for the link !
That a great method, that I'll try right now... Uh-oh... Perhaps I'm too optimistic about the free time I have... Let say that I'll try it as soon as possible !

Darlene said...

Great method - awesome project. I'm off to check out the video.

AlessandraLace said...

thank you for sharing. hugs