In January we had 43 projects linkup up for Show Me Something Purple. I loved seeing a mix of new and old. Here are a few that caught my eye.
I drooled over Blue and Purple Hidden Wells by Lorinda of Laurel, Poppy & Pine from the moment I saw her fabric pull. The saturated blues and purples are my jam. There's a great optical illusion from the secondary pattern, too!
Vasudha of Storied Quilts used the lovely, soft Quiet Shades fabric collection for her Purple Mountain Majesty quilt. She did a phenomenal job blending the fabrics and making purple the star of the quilt. And her free motion quilting is amazing!
I have a deep love for math and geometry, so I was drawn to Flower of Life by Andrée of Quilting and Learning - What a Combo! I enjoyed reading about her process of creating this circular quilt. And her quilt was a twofer as it was her submission to the Project QUILTING 11.1 challenge.
And incidentally, this past weekend, I went for a massage and this lovely stained glass piece was hanging in the front window.
Thank you to everyone who linked up last month! Be sure to hop back over to the Show Me Something Purple linkup to check out everything that was shared.
And this month I'm asking you to Show Me Something with Triangles! If you haven't had a chance to share a project yet, you have until the end of the month.
Nancy @ Grace and Peace Quilting
Super fun party! I'm enjoying looking through all the purple projects.
Thank you, Nancy! It's really fun to see the variety of project people shared.
Andrée G Faubert
Hi Sarah, thanks for featuring my Flower of Life. The stained glass piece is gorgeous. So funny how I see them everywhere, now that I know what they are!
It's always interesting when we go a lifetime without knowing about something and then, once introduced, see it again and again. Thanks for visiting, Andrée.