Saturday, December 26, 2015

Favorites from 2015


Meadow Mist is having a linky party for 2015 posts.  So I pulled out a few favorites to share.


A humble scrap quilt gains the honors as most viewed post.   It was what I called the 2 patch + 4 patch pattern that is a version of the rail fence.



 See the post here.









The post with the most helpful comments was about the plumes for a border.   I received wonderful input and this ended up being a favorite quilt.

The post is here.












Favorite photo of the year. ...Summer Potpourri shimmering in the sunlight. The post is here.     A log cabin quilt made using the quarter log cabin block.














 My favorite tip for the year.....use a clapper to achieve flat seams!  The post is here.  








Linking to Meadow Mist Designs.
Happy stitching.

8 comments:

Quilts By Laurel said...

Beautiful quilts!! I love all of them! :)

Yvonne @ Quilting Jetgirl said...

I found the process of pulling posts to link up with Cheryl to be a fun way to review my 2015. I hope that you have a wonderful 2016, and I am off to explore some of your posts here. :)

Nicki said...

I love your favorites from 2015. I remember all of those posts & you picked some real winners for your 2015 favorites. I think about your clapper almost every time I press seams & am so glad it made it to the "favorite" list. I'm looking forward to seeing what new creations you & your talented DH come up with in 2016. Blessings to you both in 2016.

Cheryl said...

What a collection of favorites from this year, I love your use of color and print throughout your quilts! Thanks for linking up!

Katie V said...

An awesome year! Great job on all the finishes and posts! Happy New Year and here's to 2016!

Quilty said...

Wow, love your Plums corner

Tish Stemple said...

What a great selection of posts to highlight your year. The picture of Summer Potpourri is gorgeous.

Exuberantcolor/Wanda S Hanson said...

That is a great scrappy quilt and can see why it was a favorite. It would be a nice way to do a postage stamp quilt without getting bored working on tiny pieces.

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