Friday, December 28, 2012

FMQ Challenge Year in Review!

I did it!  I actually finished 12 challenges this year for SewCalGal's FMQ Challenge!

January started it all with a challenge from Frances Moore using a leave design.
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February was next with a feather tutorial from Diane Gaudynski.  Diane does absolutely stunning work!
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Then March came along with flowers, swirls, loops and stars from Ann Fahl.  I used a busy print so the quilting is hard to see but if you click on the photo it will be easier.
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April arrived with a new marking technique from Don Linn.


May showed up escorted by Leah Day where we learned about railroad tracks.
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Then there was June with Cindy Needham.  This may have been my favorite challenge.
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July was lead in by Angela Walters and her tiles.
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Jester's Hats and Wendy Sheppard led our way into August.
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Paula Reid and her stencils brought us into September.
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The awesome style of Teri Lucas started us off in October.


Then November was ushered in by the one and only Sarah Vedeler.




And last but certainly not least there was December.  A Teri Lucas bonus tutorial using the Kaleidoscope Kreator and printing on fabric.








So that is my year in review!  I really enjoyed the challenge and glad I completed all 12!

Rhonda


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5 comments:

Quilting Babcia said...

So much fun seeing your year's efforts! It's hard to choose a favorite, but I really love the June and October pieces, plus of course your December one - all terrific!

Rhonda said...

Way to go Rhonda! I love all the projects but my favorite is June. Looking forward to 2013!! Take care.

Sara said...

Love June and the last one the best!! You should be very proud of yourself!

Ramona said...

Good job. I know I'm proud to have completed this as well. It was so much fun! Wish it could continue.

terificreations said...

I'm so happy you enjoyed the Challenges. I had a lot of fun getting both of them ready!

Teri