A Closer Look at Project QUILTING Pieces, Part 4

We’re onto our fourth closer look at the  Project QUILTING Challenge – String Along with Me.  Just one more post after this.  They are all pretty fabulous though, aren’t they?  I know I’m impressed.

At anytime this week be sure to head over to the ‘Voting’ post.  You can vote for THREE of your favorite quilts created for this challenge!


1. Project Quilting Season 5 #1, 2. Winterstrings, 3. Sparkling trees surrounded by a rainbow, 4. 20140112_111705, 5. String Stars Quilt, 6. Modern Strings PQ Challenge 1, 7. Kelly's Coneflower, 8. "Chiberia" - Project Quilting (season 5) - String Challenge Created with fd's Flickr Toys


Quilter: KrisTMJ

Scrappy II

42 x 45
QAYG String me along challenge
made in Ne.
blogged : www.sewsunshine.blogspot.com/2014/01/project-quilting-sea...


Quilter: Quilties


Project Quilting 5:1
Quick, one-day pillows to coordinate with the new bed quilt I made my husband for Christmas. I was not super-creative this week, but very satisfied with how great these pillows look on my bed. I really like the design of the pinwheel-set quarter-square triangle pillow...that idea might have to be a quilt someday.

Made by Emma Thomas-McGinnis, Urbandale, IA One pillow is 14" square, the other 12" square. Both were made quilt as you go, pocket-style backs and bound edges.


Quilter: virpalm

Sparkling Trees Surrounded by a Rainbow

The title for my string project is Sparkling Trees Surrounded by a Rainbow. All pieces of fabric measure from 1 to 2 inches in width. I didn't think the trees popped enough so I added some clear fabric paint with glitter. Now I think they look more like Christmas trees so I think I will add decorations and embroidered snowflakes in the background for a Christmas wall hanging for next year. The size of the finished project is 19 1/2 inches by 22 inches. It was made with scraps from leftover projects, and the rainbow binding just made me smile.

Project sewed and quilted in Maxwell, Iowa.


Quilter: Bailey Pritchard


This quilt is a 26" x 10" wall hanging. I have am new to quilting...I've taken a couple of basic classes, and now just experiment and see what I can make. I live in Knoxville, MD. And I am a college student. This is not what I originally planned to make, but when I changed my mind and got going with this I loved it. My first initial is B, and my family nickname is Bee. I tend to love Bee themed items, and that is where this theme came from. I called it "Bee-You-tiful". A favorite song of mine has a chorus "there could never be a more beautiful you", and I wanted to incorporate that. I had a lot of fun with this challenge and testing my quilting skills and creativity, and I love seeing other people's projects!


Quilter: tjtruesdale



Quilter: Carolyn, Sweet Boater Chick

Modern Strings

I love string quilts and was so excited this challenge was strings! I had a stack of fabrics sitting on my cut space from a bee block so I decided to stick with that color pallet and jumped right in. I cut 1.5" and 2" strips off of 15 different fabrics and went to town randomly sewing them together. I then made a layout that was a little different than the traditional string quilt. The quilt was then quilted with a checkered pattern, except the diamond which was just outlined. It is then bound with a fun grey stripe. It measured 52" x 52"
I created Modern Strings in my home in Lanoka Harbor, NJ


Quilter:  Kelly Kroon

Kelly’s Coneflower

made by Kelly Kroon in Reedsburg,.WI. it is titled Kelly's Coneflower. It is 36" x 47"
As soon as the challenge was posted, the quilt popped into my head. I love to combine piecing and applique. I think there will be more string pieced quilts in my future!


Quilter:  Craftie Kewpie


- Project Quilting (season 5) - String Challenge
-- using 'found' string pieces and a vintage cotton doily

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