Monday, August 2, 2010

My kind of Spiderweb

I finally got around to working on the July Quilter Bees block for Nichole. She sent so many pretty fabrics and requested we each make a Spiderweb block.

I had been looking at them lately and I'm so happy she requested them. It pushed me to step out of the comfort zone and I couldn't be happier with how it turned out.

If you've never seen a Spiderweb quilt before.. this is an example of what it looks like put together...

pic courtesy of flickr

Her quilt is going to be so pretty! What a great stash buster!! Pin It

13 comments:

Jess in Progress said...

Oh my gosh! This is so pretty!

Jamie said...

That turned out awesome, Heidi! You always do such nice work!

Lisa said...

I love these! Great job!!!!

jan said...

Oh, I love this! What a great way to use up all the "littles" I can't bring myself to throw away!

Denise said...

Great job, I know that block would be waaay out of my comfort zone. But it is fun when I step out and learn a new thing.

toja said...

I really love this block! Awesome!

Needled Mom said...

So pretty. I AM going to make one of those someday!

Nichole said...

it looks so pretty! thanks heidi! :)

Just Ramblin' said...

I love the spider web quilt. What a great way to use up those odds and ends that we all have. Nola

kwiltmakr said...

Nice job on the block! I love these spiderweb quilts. I have wanted to make one for a long time, I guess it is about time I did since I am using up scraps at the moment.

Helen in Switzerland said...

Hi Heidi!
That looks like a really fun project - especially because you get to use all those little left over fabric scraps. I think I might have a go at one of these! Thanks for the idea!

Gaertegang said...

quilting fabric giveaway going on at my blog! Free layer cake goes to the winner...I'd love you to come visit!!

Micki said...

Your spiderweb quilt is going to be just beautiful!
Micki