More Pictures!

I’m trying to get all caught up with pictures and they’re mostly #3’s which is oh, so rewarding not only for you, the maker,  but Connie and me as leaders of the pack- haha!

 

Here’s Connie’s gorgeous Bullseye quilt before and after quilting.  This was quilted at the Calico Hutch in Hayward, MN.  I was concerned that the machine quilting would stitch down too many raw edges but voila! It looks just great!

Isn’t it just beautiful?  Connie is giving it to Joe – lucky Joe!

Another new Halloween pattern coming in my next post!  Follow me!

22 thoughts on “More Pictures!

  1. Robin Malloy

    Hi, love the post but it appears that there might be pictures missing. I hate to be the bearer of bad news.

  2. Pat Smith

    Love Connie’s bullseye quilt. It makes me realize how timid I am in picking scrapes to use. Actually, all my scraps are too similar to make an interesting bullseye, I think. I, too, only got the bullseye pictures and none of the #3’s. But, I’m so happy to see the blog coming again that I don’t care.

    1. CountryThreads Post author

      I believe the #3’s were in the previous post – did you look at two posts today? If not, that’s why you missed them

  3. Margaret Jessen

    I ALSO GOT ONLY THE BEAUTIFUL BULLSEYE QUILT. Would love to see the #3’s. Thanks for all the work you have done on the blog Mary!!

  4. Maryann

    Love the circle quilting on Connie’s Bullseye quilt!! Woulda never thought of that design.

  5. Sharon in Oswego, Il

    Love Connie’s quilt! Would love to see a photo of the whole quilt….she is inspiring me!

  6. Jo in Wyoming

    All I got was a couple bullseye pictures and a few ads.
    The others just didn’t have the energy to make it all the way to Wyoming!

  7. CountryThreads Post author

    I meant to say – before and after washing! Connie’s Bullseye quilt – good grief.

  8. Janice Hebert

    Oh, I feel so guilty! I haven’t finished my #3, in fact I’m way behind. The weather has been so nice and then a few days ago I got an awful cold. My first one in a long time. Feeling better now though. Just mowed the lawn! Well, I mowed most of it, lol. I just love the fabrics Connie used in her Bull’s Eye! She has such a talent for throwing colors together. You both do. Maybe that comes with experience. Enjoy this Labor Day weekend everyone! Praying for Dorian to fizzle out. Stay safe those of you in the path of the storm. Jan in MA

  9. Kathy in western NY

    I loved all the pics and it inspires me to work on the game board pattern. My flannel bullseyes still needs to be machine quilted so it’s another need to do soon before snow flies…..I know ugly word but won’t that flannel quilt feel so fine to snuggle up in remembering that fun quilt a-long you lead us on here at your wonderful blog, Mary! I loved making it.

  10. Joyce from NY

    All the quilts are just beautiful. So many talented followers you have! Do you have a pattern for the bullseye quilt? Would love to make one. So glad your back!

  11. Lyn Rogers

    I have made 5 Bullseye quilts, all but one in flannel! Really love this method and look. Beautiful quilt!

    1. Charlotte S.

      Sorry Linda. It was pieced by a friend that moved to Idaho a few years ago. We both belonged to Project Linus. She gave me several of her UFOs that she didn’t want to take with her. I just sandwiched it and quilted it. Thanks to the Dirty Dozen challenge, it is out of my cabinet. I’ll try to reach her.

  12. Gloria from CC

    Love all the #3 projects that we’re finished in August. There are some very talented quilters following your blog. Connie’s Bullseye quilt is beautiful! Looking forward to seeing the Halloween pattern.

  13. Sue in Oregon

    I just Love all of the #3s and Connies bullseye quilt. The Count is so-o-o scary he is cute! Wonderful photos. You are doing great.

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