Monday, February 07, 2011

The Big Reveal!!!

It's Monday and as promised here are some quilty pictures...



I have managed to quilt three of these Colour Impact Quilts for Project Linus. 
Each one is slighly different and quilted in a different pattern.







I'm thrilled to announced that I'm also guest posting on Stash Manicure today and the very simple instructions to make a Colour Impact Quilt can be found there!


Until next time...

24 comments:

Tammy said...

Congratulations Jane! Well done and your project Linus quilts are wonderful.

jodi@Pleasant-Home said...

The quilts are absolutely fabulous! I love them! Great quilting ideas that are going in my inspiration folders.

jovaliquilts said...

Congratulations on your guest post! And the color impact quilts are fun to look at and look like fun to make.

willywagtail said...

They are all gorgeous but the first one is my favourite. Cherrie

Timi said...

Wow!!! These quilts are great!!!!

Contented Caroline said...

Great job Jane - you've been very busy!

Shirley said...

Great post Jane and what great quilts you have made. Having accumulated a huge box of scraps now is the time to do something with them. Thanks for the inspiration. Will check out Stash Manicure for the instructions.
Love Shirley.x

Tracey @ozcountryquiltingmum said...

They look fabulous...and congrats on the guest gig..Tracey

The Cozy Quilter said...

Three children are going to love their quilts from Project Linus. I am going over to Stash Manicure now to take a peek!

Gail

Eat, Sleep, Quilt said...

Jane, congratulations on your guest Stash Manicure post, I enjoyed it. Love what you've done with the scraps!

Linda

Quilter Kathy said...

In the fall I had made some scrappy kind of improvish blocks with different colours and never thought about sewing them in rows...love that effect! Great idea! How fun to see your post at Stash Manicure today!

*karendianne. said...

Gosh would you look at those great quilts you did. How happy. Perfect for project Linus. You're so good!!!

I'll put it on my priority list to make it over to Stash Manicure today. Don't want to miss out any tips you have to share. :)

Terry said...

Great quilts! And congratulations on your guest post! :0)

Jane in Wales said...

Wow, you have been busy!!
What a great way to use up scraps. Congratulations also on posting in Stash Manicure, I must go and have a look there...
Jane

Beth said...

Love the look of this quilt! I have never even seen a quilt with those alternating solid blocks- love them! I tried to print this out for my bucket list, but it will only print half of the page. Anyway to get a full pdf? Thanks!
Beth in AZ
soccertxi@aol.com

Thimbleanna said...

They're beautiful Jane -- you've been busy off in secret there. Very Well Done!!!

Ariane said...

I love these quilts. Thanks for the wonderful post at SM. It was great. Hugs Ariane

Evelyn said...

Love these quilts! Thanks for doing the write-up on Stash Manicure. I'm getting the itch to make one of these myself. :-)

paula, the quilter said...

Jane, that first photo has a lovely DOF. Congrates on your guest post.

Beginning Quilting said...

I love all of your three Colour Impact Quilts for Project Linus. The second one if my favorite. It's absolutely gorgeous. Thank you very much for sharing pictures of your lovely projects with us. Keep up the good work and keep on inspiring quilters out there. :)

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

Incredible. Love it. Really really so new but vintage looking.

Lina said...

These are just gorgeous! Love how they have been pieced and quilted.

Grazia said...

Hi Jane!
Congrats for your colorful quilts...I really love them all!
Great job!
Thank you for the tute...
Grazia ;)

webmistress said...

They are all beautiful, and so clever. Who would have thought that turquoise would be the perfect sashing colour for a rainbow!