Two older, Jeanetter from Inchworm Fabrics and her blog,
Margaret from Average Quilter,
then my younger sister Beverly of Quilters Corner.
Each sister has their own nitch in the quilting world.
As you see, Jeanette has her own store, Margaret has her own longarm quilting and embroidery business, and Beverly just recently got a longarm.
My mother is just as amazing, she is the long time quilter, she use to tailor clothes and make all of us girls clothes for school. Happy Mother's Day to all of my sisters and mother!!!
Jeanette just recently wrote up the pattern for this quilt "Oklahoma Twister"...what a fitting name.
Here is my square....this was so fast, fun, and the pattern is so easy to understand. I am trying to put the breaks on myself and not cut out enough squares for a quilt. Why....because I have soooooooooooooooo much to finish. So her making this pattern is a true motivator for me...gonna get a few things done and then I am going to make a quilt and in my lime green....Ooooo la la
her blog and I am giving away one here. If you don't want to wait that long you can go to her store.
Which brings me to the winner of my four fat quarters from Island Batik.
Thanks to all of you who came by and commented. If I did not answer you it was because your comment did not make it to my hot mail...some did, some didn't...go figure!!!
I HOPE YOU ALL HAVE A WONDERFUL MOTHER'S DAY!!!!
I'm so happy to see that Jeanette has created a pattern for this lovely design. And it looks great in your bright fabrics too!
It's a gorgeous quilt. Wonderful design! Happy Mother's Day to you Barb!
Wow! Love the twist to this pattern! Thanks!
I love this pattern! Thanks for the giveaway!
I really like this pattern. My 90+ years aunt made one for her church to raffle off!
Go lime green! I love lime green.
Your new project is cool in the lime, what a blessing to be surrounded by the love of sewing in your family! Happy Mother's Day ~
That is one very gorgeous and unique quilt! Happy Mothers Day to you too, Barb!
I really love this pattern and what a great giveaway.
I love this pattern and told your sister so. Thanks for sharing all the family talent.
What fun to have four sisters all involved in the quilting world. Love Jeanette's pattern and your choice of the lime green is so fun. Happy Mother's Day!
I saw this on her blog the other day and I loved it!! The green looks terrific. How many more blocks do you need??????
Hi Barb, the pattern is very interesting, I just wanted to wish you Happy Mother's Day.
All girls? Not sure if I ever asked if you had any brothers? Happy mother,s day!
Love the pattern and it looks like one I could do! The lime green will look outstanding !
What a great pattern. The quilt is going to look wonderful in your lime green too. Not quiet or subtle, but in-your-face terrific.
Oo la la!! Where are my sunglasses? lol Love those white on white butterflies :)
love the quilt!! and your block is so colorful!
Love the simple design!
What a great pattern! Would love to add this to my stash!
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beautiful! I would love to try one of these, thanks for the chance to win !!
Happy Mothers Day!!
Very fun pattern! How great that your Mom and sisters share your passion!
How nice to have knowledgeable others around that can share a few tips & tricks with you...I'm learning all I can by trial and error (some days, mostly just error), and YouTube. Thankfully, there are kind people like you & your sisters and Fons & Port, Missouri Star, etc. Loved how this pattern turned out & I can see how it becomes a twister!
It's a lovely pattern. It must be fun to share your quilting interests with your sisters and your mom. It's like having your own mini quilting guild.
Happy Mother's Day!
Great pattern! I love the lime green and think it would look great with more bright colors to make a rainbow quilt! Thanks for the chance to win the pattern.
Love the pattern--looks great in all the fabrics!
Gorgeous quilt . Love the pattern. Thanks so much for sharing
What a great pattern! I live in OK in the tornado alley and have been through 2, which was 2 to many! The quilt really is a good example of the twisting and turning a tornado can go through.
I love that pattern Barb.
How cool that your sisters can longarm your quilts for you :) Seriously, it's great your family quilts, and I love the pattern.
I've been having that same problem with comments~ some make it to my email and some don't... no idea why! Cute pattern~ it will look great in your green. ;-)
Oklahoma Twister looks like a great design! Love the motion in it.
I love the tornado implications of the design. Especially as we had 15 or 17 strike just west and north of us in Nebraska. This would make a great benefit quilt for one of the small towns that were extensively damaged/nearly destroyed.
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