Saturday, February 20, 2010

St. Patrick's Day Quilt

Looking for a quilt for your St. Patrick's Day decorations?


Don't forget I have a St. Patrick's Day quilt tutorial in my sidebar with directions to make both sizes of quilts.


Or just make some shamrock blocks with your friends and swap!

(Hummmm. I don't remember ever quilting that second one. I wonder if it's "lost" somewhere in my "TO BE QUILTED" basket?! This might be a good time to hunt it down!)

15 comments:

Quilt Hollow said...

I like the quilting you did on the first one....very nice!!

Fiesta said...

They look great Kim.Are you feeling better?

Carol said...

I dug out my Shamrock quilt that I made from this tutorial last year, I love that quilt. Mine is not quilted yet either. I got it out so I could display it for St. Patrick's Day.

kimland said...

These are great, I REALLY like the top one and will definetly be looking @ your tutorial.

Candace said...

They are great. I'll also be looking for your tutorial.

julieQ said...

I just pulled out my shamrock quilt I made from your pattern frm last year and put in on the table. I love it!! Hope you are OK...I am sorry about your carpal tunnel troubles and other assorted yuckiness. Hope you sew a little...

searchfamilies said...

Lovely quilt, it funny we don't really do St Patrick's day here in England well not unless your Irish
Hugs Janice

Gayle said...

I don't really do St. Patrick's Day anymore, but I DO really like your quilt!

Question: We've emailed before - I told you my whole family lives there in Sacramento. Could you please let me know about any good quilt shops in the area? And do any of them have punch needle supplies? My sister is having trouble with a project and could use a little help.

quiltmamajb said...

So good to read a couple of posts - I've missed your adventures. Thinking of you today as you start therapy. Best of luck! And thank you for the St. Patrick's Day treat. Love the border on the second one!! My daughter and I made Irish potatoes yesterday afternoon - if you were closer, I'd drop some by! Take care....piece.

Gran said...

Top of the Irish to YOU!

deb said...

what cool quilts...love them!!!

Greenmare said...

i love them both! funny how I never get around to making stuff for the holiday that is fast approaching. I may have to scroll my calendar ahead six months and work on whatever is coming up in say, September? hmm, maybe I ought to think of something cool for the 4th of July....

Tracey @ozcountryquiltingmum said...

They look great! Can't believe you are getting so much done! Hope the physical therapy is going well, love Tracey

Lady of the Cloth said...

Kim, I was thinking of you and remembered that years ago, I had problems with my hands aching and Dr.said I needed surgery. As an alternative, they said I could try B complex vitamins as they said they were having good success with it. That was over 20 years ago and I haven't had surgery yet. It flares up now and again and, guess what? I had been lax at taking the vitamins. Worth a try. I hope you are getting better. I miss you!

Anonymous said...

I made the St Pat's quilt last year and it was so fun to make. I changed it some. Thanks Kim.
..photo on flickr... carylwilson