Jack and Charlie, 10-1-2020

Let’s make two sweet little Halloween quilts, should we? Here are Jack and Charlie, each about 10″ x 12″. We’ve all got a little spot for a mini quilt. These are in the online store now for $5.00 each. Download a pattern and start sewing!

And here are some great Dirty Dozen quilts – you are a very talented group!

WOW!!! Now that’s an online quilt show, isn’t it? Thank you, Everybody, who sent a picture. Now don’t forget to find your #6 and get started.

Remember, Be Still……

25 thoughts on “Jack and Charlie, 10-1-2020

  1. Sandi

    Hi, I’ve been looking for the pattern you showed the other day called Pumpkin Spice. I haven’t seen it listed in your shop. Thanks for your help. The two patterns shown today are adorable. Hugs

    1. CountryThreads Post author

      Sandi – Kayla must not have gotten it into the shop yet – I’ll remind her today. So sorry.

  2. Sheila in WI

    Oh my! What a great post and what fun way to end my day. Love all the quilts! Thanks for sharing.

  3. Carolyn Boutilier

    wonderful quilt show. I love the one from Debbie Blairsville GA with the cats. Any one know the name of the pattern? Beautiful fall day here in the Shenandoah Valley VA.

    1. Debbie Bunch

      Carolyn if you are interested in the patterns I will gladly pass them on. Send me your address.

      Debbie

  4. Betty Klosterman

    What talent!! Julie DeBower, what pattern did you use for your quilt?
    And Barbara Moore. Absolutely love your miniature double wedding ring quilt. I still have every issue of the Miniature Quilts magazine. Isn’t it fun to see just how small we can go?

    1. Anonymous

      Thanks Betty! – that issue is May 2000, and it had the DWR with 25 rings. After I’d finished the ten it took to my the runner (which fits my little counter perfectly, by the way!), I was completely over ever making another miniature DWR (ever) again! But I’m glad I persevered and it’s done and at home in the place I had in mind. The End.
      Barb in Tucson – where it’s going to be another 100-degreeF day, and also where no cactus needles ever fall off, or turn colors😂

      1. Kathy in western NY

        Betty I recently recycled my Minature quilts magazine collection and ripped out a couple patterns I thought someday I might make, one of which was DWR. Some patterns were so tiny I Decided my eyes couldn’t cope with them as I age and try to preserve what’s left!
        As it’s been all along, this quilt show just brightens our day’s with happiness. Such nice quilts to admire.

    2. Julie D.

      The pattern Betty is called “Take Five” from The Teacher’s Pet. The designer’s website is http://www.the-teachers-pet.com

      I love seeing everyone’s quilts! Thank you Mary for posting them. My October Dirty Dozen just happens to be a Halloween project, so it was perfect for this month!!!

      1. Betty Klosterman

        Thank you. I even have that pattern! We all love to see what everybody is making and get a lot of inspiration to help us make so many more quilts. Take care.

  5. Teresa from Port Coquitlam, BC

    I always enjoy looking at everyone’s quilts. All of you are so talented.

  6. Connie

    I’m also interested in the pattern that Julie DeBower used for her quilt. Loved to see all the quilts – quite a variety!

  7. Sue in Oregon

    What wonderful quilts in todays quilt show. I just love them all. I will go to bed now, dreaming of them.
    I have a Halloween one coming up soon. Happy Oct. everyone.

  8. Sandy in Indiana

    what talent you all have! such a beautiful post today
    I love the cat quilt, it is my favorite 🙂

    take care,
    sandy

  9. Nancy Hrivnak

    I, too, would like to know the source of the cat quilt. My daughter in law has 5 cats and I would make it for Christmas. It’s adorable! Thank you, everyone for sharing.

  10. Anonymous

    Love the Halloween quilt made by Mary in Missouri. What a great idea to use up Halloween or any holiday scraps. So glad she shared.

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