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Quilt Market Projects

Here a few of the projects I have designed and been finishing for Market. Chris Orton has been doing all the piecing.When it gets this close to market Connie Atkinson does most of the last minute quilting and I bind.
This is a collection by Lila Tueller Designs called Fionas Fancy. It is a beautiful collection of sophisticated colors and design combination. There are damasks, flowers, stripes and dots.
These are some laminate travel bags that I have been making for friends. They are super easy. I will be sharing with you the YouTube video we filmed at Riley Blake Designs.
This is my Olivia Skirt pattern from Butterfly Kisses. I used Delighted! by The Quilted Fish. You need to go check out her fun after party dance. Amanda came to visit Cindy and I at the office and it was pretty fun. Go see for yourself.
This is the same pattern using Lost and found by My Mind's Eye.
This is another My Mind's Eye fabric called So Sophie.
This is my Bella Skirt pattern from Butterfly Kisses using Lori Holts new line called Daisy Cottage.Go check out her fabulous new patterns with this line. She is so talented. There are beautiful quilts and projects to see.
This quilt I designed with Fox Trails from Doohikey Designs. Shari is another one of Riley Blake Designs talented artists. Check out her blog here.

This is my snowflake pattern from Butterfly Kisses using Tuxedo from Doodlebug Design. This is a great black and white with some gray and white colors. Very classy. You could also add any color and have it look fantastic. One of my good friends Paula McKinlay helps me do some of my last minute sewing projects for market. What would I do with out my good friends. Thank you for all you do to help make market such a success.
Again this is my free download pattern from Riley Blake Designs. You can download all these patterns from here. I used So Sophie from My Mind's Eye.This quilt is called "Sophia."

This is Mod Tod from Sheri Berry Designs. It is such a cute line for boys. You know how hard it is to find good boy fabric lines to work with. The color combination is original and fun. Love it!

Back to work. Another day. You will find me at the Spark event tonight teaching how to make zipper flowers. Come see me!
Jina

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  1. Love them Jina! Market is sure to be a blast!
    Take lots of pics please=)

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