A couple months ago, I issued a challenge to my readers to create a project using Art Gallery Fabrics Round Elements and link up the first week on October. Seven challengers unveiled a broad assortment of beautiful projects. You can see their process shots on social media at the #QMChallenge hashtag.
Melanie of Mostly Crafty is a pro at making flying geese! She used the Heading South pattern by Material Girl Quilts to make a beautiful quilt. It has the perfect backing too! I think it could function in summer too; just turn it upside down, and call it Heading North.Get to the Point, a wall-hanging incorporating her free Star Thistle pattern. The geometric quilting compliments the paper-piecing so nicely.
Quilts of a Feather made Curvy Clutches using the free pattern from Pink Door Fabrics for some appreciated teachers. As a teacher turned stay-at-home-mom, I think this is an awesome gesture.
Sew What Now made a quilted jacket for one very lucky four year old great granddaughter. I admire this project greatly, as I have very limited apparel-making experience, and an almost four-year-old daughter who would adore such a jacket, if only her mom had Betty's sewist skills.
Connie of FreeMotion by the River using her Piano Keys pattern, which is available for purchase on Craftsy.
You can check out all the great projects by clicking through the linky below:
I had mentioned some prizes. Jayne and Susan won a rainbow bundle of fat quarters.