It doesn’t seem like we should be looking at the end of another month, but here it is tomorrow. We’ll be thinking about Christmas gifts soon, if you haven’t already. Maybe some of this week’s Friday Finds will suggest a gift for your loved ones. I hope you enjoy them.
1. I thought I would share where I got the tutorial for the Great Granny square I shared with you earlier this week.Lori at Bee In My Bonnet blog shared the how-to post earlier this year. Thanks to Lori for sharing her photo and the tutorial.
2. The second find is for a quilt made from seven men’s shirts. This tutorial is shared by The Thrifty Quilter blog. It is a great start to using clothes no longer worn by family members but still worth using. What a lovely quilt it makes. Thank you, Thrifty Quilter, for your photo and tutorial.
3. I’ve misplaced my thread catcher bag and I think it’s time to make another one. I love the one I shared last Friday and this is another first choice. I hope you like it. I found it at BadSkirt Blog and have borrowed Amy’s photo as well. Now to find a spring!
4. With the kids in school, perhaps you’re looking for a new organizing system or just something to keep their schoolwork (or your quilt-y work) centrally located. Maybe this Crate Cover with Pockets will answer that need. This find comes from My Patchwork WordPress blog. Photo and tutorial belong to TheresaDownUnder at My Patchwork. Theresa set hers up to use for knitting notions.
5. I love this block. It’s a “rebuilt log cabin” and Elaine is giving us a great tutorial for it. This quilt comes from Elaine at elaineadairpieces blog HERE. Both photos and tutorial are done by Elaine Adair on her blog. It certainly gives a whole new look to the Log Cabin we all know and love.
That brings my Friday Finds to an end today. I hope you have some great plans for stitching this weekend. I have some plans, but I never know if something is going to change for me so whatever I do, I do. You can be sure it’s usually something quilt-y!
Keep on stitching, ladies, and you n0n-quilters, keep on dreaming!