Thursday, July 2, 2015

Red, White and True choices and a giveaway

 I wanted to share some of the fabric choices that quilters are using for their Red, White and True Quilt Along quilts. Jane chose these patriotic beauties. She made sure and cut the fabric so that the stripes would be going the way of the red stripes in the quilt design.

 Gretchen is using a softer palette for her quilt...the blue on the left is her backing fabric.  She is ready to finish this quilt!

 Jo had all but the blue in her stash, so had to do a little shopping to find it.

They are all ready for the next step in the quilt along which will be posted on Monday. How are you doing? Are you sewing along with us? Full details of the Red, White and True Quilt Along are here if you need to get caught up.

I will be hosting a Linky party tomorrow so you can share your progress. These quilters don't blog, but will be posting their pictures to my Flickr group, so they can participate too! I will be giving away a very pretty prize, so you won't want to miss it!
Speaking of giveaways, there's still time to enter the Ruby Facets giveaway...go here and tell me what colors you would use to make this quilt. Two winners will win a copy of McCalls Quick Quilts of their very own! I will be putting a little surprise in with the mags when I send them out! I will be choosing the winners tonight.

IF you are a no reply blogger, please leave your email address in the comment too so that I can contact you if you win. 

5 comments:

Mickey said...

I need to get busy there is so much going on but I wanted to do this one.

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

Wow - I love it in Red and White. I am a lover of green too though so perhaps green and white or dark grey and citrus green.

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

I just posted pictures of my fabrics and the strips I pieced and cut. I'll link them tomorrow, on your post.

anna brown said...

I think red and white are the best,,,,,and a bit of blue too....Happyness04431@yahoo.com

Maggi said...

A good variety there. The quilts should look really interesting.