Sunday, May 23, 2010

KJR Pillow Tutorial Sightings

I'm always very flattered when anyone leaves me a comment on the blog, let alone actually follows a tutorial I posted. So you can imagine my elation when I saw these photos of quilt blocks and pillows popping up on Flickr based on the tutorial I posted for my Katie Jump Rope Pillow.

Meg of The Mad Quilting Librarian made this block for a quilting bee she participated in during the month of April. Love the colors you chose Meg!

Photo originally uploaded by meg_norrell.


Marianne of Marianne Penner Design created this awesome pillow and spoke a little bit about my tutorial on her blog. Thanks for the mention Marianne!

Photo originally uploaded by maripenquiltmom.


Andrea created this pillow top using a turquoise and orange color scheme. The colors are great on that brown background fabric! Can't wait to see the finished pillow!

Photo originally uploaded by andie70.


And finally Amy of Badskirt shared a photo of pink circles a few months ago after reading my tutorial. Look at all the cuteness! Can't wait to see what she creates.

Photo originally uploaded by badskirt-amy.


I would love to see more photos of anything made using my tutorial. Please send me an email! I've got another new tutorial scheduled to appear shortly! Yay!

Also, it's official! I'm going to Fall Quilt Market in Houston, TX from 10/29 - 11/01. Can't wait to see all my quilting friends there. Let me know if you plan to attend and I'll be sure to say hi!

16 comments:

  1. I love all things with circles. I think we have that in common. I should make myself a pillow using your tutorial for the new house.

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  2. Congrats on getting to go to Fall Market, Ryan--that's amazing news! Wish I was going! And that block was such fun, and a GREAT learning experience. Your tutorial was a HUGE help! Thanks!

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  3. That truly would be fun to see everyone using your tutorial...very flattering.

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  4. That is so awesome! I love all the variations on your theme. I think Marianne's is my favorite.

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  5. Fun! I love seeing the different fabrics people choose, and the little things they change...

    Bet you can't wait for fall! ;)

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  6. It must be wonderful to see the beauty and inspiration spread like that!

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  7. Thanks for the mention Ryan, and congrats on going to Quilt Market in the fall (i'm jealous but happy for you too!)

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  8. Those are awesome!! One day I'll get brave and try that tute!!

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  9. I'm a quilt nut, but don't have the patience to sit down and do them. I love the circles! Circles make me enhappied.

    Another thing that makes me enhappied is a male quilter! You go Ryan! I reckon you rock :D

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  10. So glad I followed some links to your blog, Ryan. It's terrific. The pillows are beautiful, and your tutorials are clear and nicely illustrated. I hope to be trying this project soon. Many thanks! Nancy

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  11. I may have to try this out! The results are gorgeous! :)

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  12. Oh my...that totally rocks! I'm speechless. I will have to eventually give this a try. Looks amazing. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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  13. I spend hours at work on your flickr! Thanks!

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  14. Wow there I am on your blog..I'm famous!! Guess I better get that out of my WIP pile and quilt it. I am going to make it into a pillow, really I am!! It just seems so autumn at this point that it isn't pressing right now. I made another block for a pillow from Jennie of sunflower quilts blog that matches and I need to get them both done and on my couch!!

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  15. Im still very new to fabric sewing and have a lot to learn still but i shall have a go at these as soon as i can they all look great,
    Thankyou

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