Monday, March 23, 2020

365 Day Ruler Quilt Along - Panel 5

I have officially finished Panel 5 of this quilt along designed and taught by Natalia Bonner of   It measures  57 x 64.  I used an autumn tone of gold print for the border and a print of acorns on the back.  The binding was stitched down by machine also.

Panel projects #  3 and 4  are 'nearly' finished,  they both need final borders quilted and binding.  Each square, triangle or circle in all these quilts have a different design in each one.  I hope to share these finishes in the coming weeks.

I'm linking up with ..............  be sure to visit these sites to see what other quilters are sharing this week.

Wednesday ………..  Quilt Fabrication
                                                                                  The Inquiring Quilter

                                                             Friday …………. Alycia Quilts

Thanks so much for stopping by.


  1. What is the 365 Day Ruler Challenge all about? I'm interested! I've invested in a small fortune's worth of quilting rulers that I need to put in time and practice learning to use properly. There is a new linky party just for ruler work quilting at The Quilt Yarn's blog here: It's every other week on Tuesdays but I think last week's party might still be open if you wanted to link this post up. The next one will be on Tuesday March 31st. I hope you'll join us! And now I'm off to Natalia's site to see what this 365 thing is all about. Your finished panel looks lovely; wish I could see close ups of all of your quilting designs!

  2. Oh very cool project!!! I like the rainbow effect!

  3. oh my gosh that is a lot of work but a great project for you.This one turned out great!

  4. I have been watching her videos. I have gotten a lot out of them. I didn't want to buy any more fabric so I am just watching. I wish I had had the foresight to make my own like you did. Very nice!

  5. Lovely quilting on this - well done!

  6. The quilting looks great. I enlarged the picture on my screen so I could look at each of the motifs. I like the way you were able to try something diferent in each of the patches. The border quilting really ties it together without competing with any of the other quilting. It looks so inviting that I wanted to reach through the screen to tough the shapes (wearing white gloves of course).

  7. Love your quilting on this! What a great way to learn ruler work. Thanks for sharing on Wednesday Wait Loss.


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