Sunday, July 3, 2016

Sunday Quilt Inspiration: July 4th

Happy Independence Day!

How To Make A Barn Quilt:

Fourth of July Face Painting: 4th of July Food Ideas :):


America's Most Beautiful Gardens: patriotic pom-pom wreath I made for the 4th of July and it's so easy you'll want to get the kids involved. Everything about this wreath is simple including:

This would work for President's Day, Flag Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day....:


Happy Tuesday Everyone, In lieu of Independence Day next week I thought I’d make a patriotic door hang for all of you! It turned out so cute, especially with the bow, don’t you think? To get started you’ll need to pick up: -monogram -mini stars (I ended up using 16 but every letter is going...Read More »:

Independence Day Wreath @Monica Forghani Forghani Forghani Forghani Earp another pretty one!:

Flag Fruit Pizza:

AllThingsNew: 4th of July Party Decor. Napkin, silverware and beverage glass in one: Fourth of July Patriotic Oreo Pops--great idea!:


And what can a quilter do to celebrate? Well, be inspired with red white and blue quilts, of course!

Make and donate, if you wish, a Quilt of Valor. Diane Tomlinson made this one with a star block and easy strip-pieced stripe blocks. Allegiance quilt kit and digital pattern available!: red and blue and white quilt. is it too specific to have a 4th of july parade watching quilt? I think not. The people sitting next to us this year had one and it was precious!


sail boat quilt ~ this is so cute for a boy...and I love the red, white, and blue themed fabrics!:

Red White and Blue Quilt:

Chevrons and Stars - Quilted Living by Gerri Robinson - Fat Quarter Shop's Jolly Jabber:

This is a Great look for a Quilts of Valor project. It has the proud red, white, and blue colors but with just a little difference that makes it more unique. (from Stitch by Stitch):

Red, white and blue-so simple because it is done using all half square triangles:

Quilts of Valor, Wave Quilt Pattern by The Sweet Tea Girls!:

Stars & Stripes  This is absolutely beautiful and such a creative use of the Drunkards Path.:

PLEASANT HOME: Quilt No. 1, s sew as you go strip quilt for son #1 and his wife.:

2 comments:

Karen S said...

I had a chuckle when I spotted on of mine in the collection of pictures.

Mary at Fleur de Lis Quilts said...

That means two things to me: you make beautiful, inspiring quilts, and I know how to pick 'em. :-) Really happy this happened.