75 days into the 100 days and the project is still making me smile every day – I love sending these little guys out in the world to say, “hi I hope you are doing well”! I made a short (free) tutorial on how to make these mini quilts – which is really all they are. A quick make, and doesn’t require a lot of materials – just the Peltex Ultra Firm interfacing, but lacking that, you could use card stock. Take a peek at it, maybe you’ll be inspired to make one for a friend who needs cheering up! Look under the “tutorials” tab.
- 51. Pinwheel
- 52. Lotus Flower raw edge appliqué
- 53. Tiny Dresden Plates
- 54. Rail Fence (2 rails)
- 55. New Album (and Frankie the Photo Bomber)
- 56. Selvedge Leaf raw edge appliqué
- 57. Whirlwind
- 58. Six Pointed Star (and a John Deere wheel)
- 59. Hen and Chicks? Not sure about this one.
- 60. Variable Star
- 61. Spool Block (and a big ol bee!)
- 62. Cheerio
- 63. Contrary Wife (who came up with THAT?)
- 64. Peeps raw edge appliqué
- 65. Nine Patch variation
- 66. Hexagon Rainbow
- 67. Bear Paw
- 68. Unknown
- 69. Twinkling Star
- 70. Four Patch in a Four Patch
- 71. Whirligig
- 72. Flower (buttercup)
- 73. Crossed Canoes
- 74. Goldfish
- 75. Flying Geese Arrows
Thank you for reading and happy stitching! Stay safe!
3 thoughts on “100 Day Project 2021 carries on!”
Are you making Shutterfly books or anything to memorialize all your work?
Hey Jamie – yes I made Snapfish books the previous two 100 Day Projects, and will do the same this year as well. I may also make myself a poster with all 100 postcards on it – sort of like those posters you see with all the doors on them – The Doorways of Rome kind of thing.
99, It occurs to me – are these photos from a COLLAGE maker?
Agreed the postcards bring me joy – in full transparency – I continue to be a little salty when my favorites don’t come my way – still haven’t recovered from your grandson receiving the Peeps postcard! I guess I could watch the tutorial and make my own…..
The patterns and quilting are such fun – know I’m also enjoying the background location of the pictures of postcards – from flowers to tractor wheels!
Presentation and execution – delightful!