I Stripped!

I am so excited! I finished my first stripper row from my Strip Quilters Group!

Shanna from Fiber of All Sorts gave me such amazing inspiration (her row is the top row) and below her row is what I came up with, I hope it compliments it well.

Rows 1 & 2 of the Triangles for Strippers quiltI had so much fun working on this row for Shanna. There is a tutorial on my blog for the two side blocks – check it out here. Next week I will have a tutorial up for the center block and I will eventually have one for the curvy pinwheel block too.

Happy Hump Day!

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
This entry was posted in Fiber of All Sorts, Stripper Quilt. Bookmark the permalink.

14 Responses to I Stripped!

  1. Vicki says:

    That looks awesome! You did a fantastic job Melissa!

  2. Debbe says:

    Beautiful! You did a wonderful job!

  3. Sondra says:

    AWESOME!!!!!! as always!!! xxx

  4. Lyanna L. says:

    Looks fantastic! =)

  5. Katy says:

    Looks fab! Although fancy stripping with small children in the house 😉

  6. Beth T. says:

    Your fussy-cut star block is quite simply lovely. Hooray for you, Melissa–you accomplish so much.

  7. Lisa L. says:

    I think it turned out fabulously! It would be interesting to see what the rest of the group comes up with! 🙂

  8. CeLynn says:

    And I highly doubt that the end result can be attributed to beginners luck,but rather awesome skill on your part 🙂 The whole row is just fab,Melissa! Looking forward to the tutorial (s).

  9. Beth says:

    Awesome! I love the colors!

  10. Barb N says:

    How fun! They all go together so well. I’m looking forward to your tutorial on the curvy pinwheel block – intriguing!

  11. Sharon says:

    The curvy pinwheel is a great looking block. This will be a fun sampler

  12. Susan says:

    Ah, ha, I see where those two Autumn blocks went! I loved that pattern and tutorial. It’s really an enjoyable thing to play with, and I’m thinking enlarge it and play with turning blocks so it makes a great small quilt with just 4 blocks. Thanks so much!

Comments are closed.