Bud Bouquet Quilt

My favorite bouquet wasn’t roses or orchids; it was a tiny bunch of clover blossoms gathered by a very special four-year-old. (Oh, how I wished those flowers could last forever!)

This week Jenny is stitching up a bouquet that will bloom for years to come. She starts with simple 9-patches made of half-square triangles—nothing too fancy. But just wait! The real magic happens when they’re set on point! Click HERE to watch!

Watch the Latest Tutorial from Missouri Star Quilt Co!

Sew and Tell, some more!

Well, did you all have a great Holiday weekend?  We sure did.  Family barbeque’s and lots of work.  We had some fun stuff planned for the Shop and I’m happy to report that I LOVE it and can’t wait to show you what we did!!!  🙂

But, today I wanted to share some amazing quilts that Alison from California sent me.  This is what she said in her email:

Hi Missouri Star Quilt Company!
I wanted to share a few projects that I have made from your products.
I have the Dresden Plate, tumbler and hexagon template and love them all.
On the tumbler quilt, I used your quilt-as-you-go method and quilted each
strip as I went along.
Thank you for all the fabric and instruction videos that you have.
Having fun quilting in California!!!
Alison”

 

Here are her BEAUTIFUL quilts…

 

 

Square in a square! CUTE!!!

 

Love the tumbler!!

 

Look at all those adorable dresdens! Great job!

Oooh, hexagons! So pretty!

 

You can’t go wrong with pinwheels! And I love that cute bird too!!

Alison, thanks for sharing your great quilts!

* remember if you want to share too, email me at: sarah AT missouriquiltco DOT com.

Have a fabulous day!

~Sarah

Show and Tell

So did you just love that tutorial Natalie did on the T-shirt quilt!?!  She is an excellent teacher.   I am so excited that she did it though, because we have had a lot of interest in that technique!

*Remember if you make a quilt {especially one form a tutorial or a pattern we sell, send us a pic!  We LOVE to see what you are doing!!}

So, today I have some GREAT pictures of quilts from none other than YOU!  YOU guys and gals are the best customers/friends a girl could ask for and I’m just thrilled to see what you are all up to.  I have to ask, what is more fun than quilting?  Sharing-showing(off)-oohing-and ahhing over each others quilts/projects, thats what!!!

The first one I want to show you is the DP9 {aka- the dissapearing nine patch-tutorial here} from our friend Donna.

I just love how she used her stash and created a beautiful quilt!!

Next up Carol N. sent me two pictures to share with you!!  Both are gorgeous and amazing!

What a beautiful quilt, right! WOW, the colors are so fun.

Carol used the fabric line Vera’s garden {which we are out of, darn.} and used this tutorial here.

This next quilt she made using the Stars Aligned pattern (one of our FAVORITES!!!) and a Kansas Troubles-Butterfly Garden Jelly Roll. {which we are also out of, darn-it again}  Talk about ‘breath taking’ have a look….

Just stunning! I love it.

Wow, right!  I am just in love with it.  Carol says she added another row to make it a King Size quilt.  {she also used some thimble-berries from her stash for the borders.}

I just want to say a BIG GIANT thank you to you all.  Thanks for sending us the pictures and sharing your experiences, thanks for being loyal-amazing- customer-friends!  We really could’t do it without you all.

I hope you all have a fabulous weekend.  Stay safe, wherever you are.

I’m crossing my fingers that you get at least a few minutes {hours, really} to sew!

See ya Monday.  {I miss you already}

~Sarah

A Show and Tell kind of day…

How are you?!!?  I have so much to show you today!! I have gotten SO {sew} many emails with your pictures of quilts and I am more excited than ever to show them to you!

Such a great quilt Sarah!! Love it!

First off Sarah sent me this picture of the first quilt she has ever made!!!  What a great quilt!  {you can’t even tell it was a first.  You should have seen the first thing I tried to sew.  YIKES.}  I just love the colors, so soothing.

Then…Check out this awesome table runner Kelly made for her Mom for Mother’s Day.

I love love love this line…and it looks so cheery as a table runner!

Kelly used our tutorial here and a Breath of Avignon charm pack. Thanks so much for sharing this with us Kelly!

Next up:  I got a sweet email from Barbara who had followed Mom’s video tutorial on making a baby quilt.

Barbara used a charm pack by MOMO from Moda fabric.  Isn’t it darling!?  You did such a fabulous job Barbara!!  Thanks for sharing.

Last but certainly NOT least is a sweet ‘Summer in the Park‘ quilt that Maria {from Australia} made using this tutorial.

How pretty!!

I love how sweet and simple the two tones of color makes it.

Thank you ALL for all the awesome quilts you make.  I am so glad that you have taken the time to email pictures to me! I really LOVE seeing what you all make.  I love hearing the stories behind the quilts….

I hope that you are all having a great week.

I am gearing up for Market!  CAN NOT believe I will be ‘outta here’ in only a week.  Where has the year already gone?!?!

~Sarah