Friday’s summary!

My finishes this week include the quilts I shared on Monday for the Island Batik Storm at Sea Blog Hop. My surprise fabric was the fabulous Bellingham Bay collection by Kathy Engle. Two very different quilts, both using a 12″ Storm at Sea paper piecing block (From EQ). You can read more about these quilts HERE.

Island Batik Blog Hop

To see all of the quilts in this week’s collection, check them out at the Island Batik blog HERE. There is also an opportunity for YOU to win either a strip pack or a stack of beautiful Bellingham Bay fabric!

October’s Island Batik Challenge

A fellow Island Batik Ambassador, Andi, from True Blue Quilts, put together this great video that showcases most of the completed challenges. We were all given 3 spools of 40 weight Aurifil thread and told to create a wall hanging that is inspired by the endangered species. It is well worth the look!

Mine was the Pangolin and you can read about my creation HERE.

One who sleeps under a quilt is covered by LOVE!

Happy Quilting! Gail


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  1. Hi Gail
    I have just finished a project that took me 7 1/2 years and when I look at this beautiful quilt “Storm at sea” I’m again wanting to face the challenge. Our daughter loves the ocean so I would love to do it for her as a wedding present. Do you sell the pattern?
    Jenny – Melbourne Australia

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  2. Love your quilts so much! Love how Bellingham Bay shines in your two quilts! What an awesome idea to separate the fabrics and make one light and one dark quilt! Loving also your Pangolin quilt. You’ve really captured the essence of that endangered animal. Thank you for sharing on Wednesday Wait Loss.

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