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!!!


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!


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}


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?!?!