Dirty Dozen, 10-19-20

I got so many DD’s in the past day or so that I want to post them before they get lost in the shuffle. Enjoy!

This was not a DD but a great collection of small quilts!

29 thoughts on “Dirty Dozen, 10-19-20

  1. Sunflower from Michigan

    Wow! What a beautiful quilt show. Every quilt is wonderful! Love your blog, Mary.

  2. Pat Williams

    So many beautiful quilts today. Many talented ladies out there. Thanks for sharing! I am wondering if anyone has found the pattern for Kathy’s quilt posted on “Java” blog on 10/15/20? It was titled Strips n Bits by Bloom Creek. I have done a lot of looking but so far have not come up with it. Thank you. Pat in Iowa City

    1. Connie R.

      Pat, I found the pattern online at Pumpkin Patch Primitives website. Hope this helps.

      1. Pat Williams

        Thank you Connie R. for finding the pattern. I had searched everywhere without any luck. It is on order, thanks to you! Pat

    2. CountryThreads Post author

      I have a request in to the folks at Martingale for contact info but haven’t heard a thing.

  3. Lorraine McGeough

    All beautiful quilts. Especially love the smaller wall hangings. This is just like going to a quilt show (which I miss going to this year because of the COV-19). Thank you so much for sharing the pics. Your e-mails always brighten my day.

  4. Sue in Oregon

    Oh My Gosh….They are all wonderful. So many great quilters in Mary’s blog group. And, I love to see those IDs too.

  5. Gloria from CC

    All the quilt finishes are simply amazing. Good work ladies! When I walked early this morning it was sleeting!!! Way too early for nasty weather and I have too many outdoor chores yet to complete. I walk two miles every morning but Angel only walks a half mile – she races back to the house, ears flying. She’s so sweet.

  6. Jeanne W.

    All lovely, but need a pattern name for the last one (log cabin variation). That is just gorgeous!

  7. Lynn in Scottsdale

    The snowman waving in the stocking quilt brings it to life. Great job. All the finished projects are lovely.

  8. Sheila in WI

    Wow! Thank you for another mini quilt show. Each one was beautiful in its own way. Thank you, Mary for taking time on your blog to share them.

  9. Martha Engstler Gettysburg

    Wow to all the quilts & wall hangings but a WOW, WOW for the last quilt in the blog. Looks like a variation of Log Cabin but the color arrangement is fantastic.

  10. Kathy in western NY

    What a happy group of pictures to view this rainy fall morning. I so love seeing what everyone makes. Thank you Mary for this. It was good to see Diane in CO that you posted as I have been thinking of You with the fires there.

  11. Diane in Maryland

    What a talented group of quilters! Each one of these is lovely. The quilt with the stars is amazing.

  12. Nancy in PA

    Loved the tiny wall quilts. Especially love the quilting on the pheasant!
    Amazing work, everyone!

  13. Sandy in Indiana

    Beautiful!! Such Talent

    Thank you Mary for all your work on the Blog….it is wonderful!

    take care, Sandy

  14. Jane of MN

    To all who send pictures, they are all beautiful. It’s lucky this isn’t a popularity contest because I sure couldn’t pick a favorite. Mary, I love your blog.

  15. Sandy

    Hi Mary, love the Christmas stockings quilt! Our craft group has put together 59 stockings with small gifts for children in need today and had enough toys etc left over we are going to make 25 goodie bags for kids to go with the Christmas hampers we start collecting for soon.hope you and all at the farm are well, best wishes from sandy

  16. Julie Erickson

    I would love to know what the pattern for the old fashioned one with narrow yellow and wider blue borders is.
    Mary do people ever share that with you?

    1. Anonymous

      I made that quilt and if you enlarge the label on the quilt you can see the pattern name and the company name for the quilt pattern. Hope that helps. Barbara

  17. Diane Bauer

    I am just in awe of the DD finishes!!! So many talented artists!! I love the small quilt wall as well!! I need to get busy!!!!

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