Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Tetris Quilt Along Week 5 and Turquoise Pot Holder

I finished up week five's tetris block. Had part of a purple game piece from last week to carry over.

I also made up a turquoise pot holder for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge. This time I took some pictures showing how I make pot holders. The Missouri Star Quilt Company has a nice YouTube binding tutorial here.

The last picture shows 8 potholders I have made during this year's rainbow scrap challenge.

12 comments:

Deb said...

They look so cheerful all together. Love the fairy fabric.... my daughter would love that.

Melissa Corry said...

Your tetris block looks great and I love all of the little pot holders!!

Pauline G said...

Love these-they are so summery

scraphappy said...

Great way to make potholder! I might just have to try that. They look great in rainbow colors.

Vroomans' Quilts said...

I love how you do the potholders with each color challenge - easy way to have handy gifts.

Anne said...

Hi Sheila. I'm finally getting caught up on the Tetris posts. Is that a crazy skeleton I see in your "empty" squares. How fun!

Terri said...

Love your tut. The potholders are lovely. The Tetris block turned out really cute.

Marina said...

Sheila! Thank you!!!! I am printing this one to keep next to my sewing machine: need to start on those potholders too... What a great photo tutorial you've made! :)

Marina said...

Sheila, what batting do you use for potholders? It looks shiny on the photo.

Linda at Roscoe's Ma said...

Fun and happy! Thanks for the inspiration, Sheila. I am so anxious to get back sewing!

Ellen said...

Great potholders - terrific way to use up those strings.

Cyn ;-) said...

Potholders. What a brilliant idea. I may borrow that. lol. Yours look super. Thanks for the quick tute.

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