Chinese Coins #4

I probably won’t get a chance to make this top before I leave for Virginia on Friday but I’ve worked up the EQ file and posted instructions on It’s titled Uneven Chinese Coins – as usual – my quilt names are pretty uninspiring. I have the perfect purple border/sashing fabric for it.

Keith is going to be home the next couple days so we’ll have some time together before I head off. I hope to reload the table quilt for Ann and finish it up before going to Mom’s but we’ll see how it goes.

8 Responses to “Chinese Coins #4”

  • Rodrigo:

    Oi, achei teu blog pelo google tá bem interessante gostei desse post. Quando der dá uma passada pelo meu blog, é sobre camisetas personalizadas, mostra passo a passo como criar uma camiseta personalizada bem maneira. Até mais.

  • Karen:

    Love reading the post from Rodrigo, it’s fun to try to catch a word here and there! Love this variation on Chinese Coin, Mary.

  • Tazzie:

    I love the design Mary, it’s really nice. One of these days I’m going to make one, and I think this will be the one. I like the different width coins. I’m with you, I can never think of neat names for quilts – when I’m naming, it is what it is.
    Have a great day

  • Judy:

    It will look great Mary!

  • Norma:

    I am printing the quilt patterns out and putting them in their own binder called, “Mary’s scrap quilts”! Thanks for doing this so I have them for the future.

  • meggie:

    Mary you are very generous to share your quilts with us, & I too am saving them.
    I love seeing Chesty. Leo badly needs some socialising, instead of monstering his sister,& playing the big bad wolf around here!
    Wish we had some parks like that.

  • Helen in the UK:

    Well the pattern name may be uninspiring …. but the quilt design looks great 🙂

  • Susan:

    That’s a great design, and I’m going to try it with some scraps from the AmHero quilts – to make another one! Thanks for the instructions. Have a great time in Virginia!

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