PB&J Challenge

FORGOT YOUR DETAILS?

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FORGOT YOUR DETAILS?

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I used 1″ Drunkard’s Path blocks in the wings, and appliqued Drunkard’s Path blocks for the head and chest. Quilted with big stitch hand quilting. Inspired by art by Scott Partridge.

Author : Tessa Williams
5 Votes

So much color, it makes you feel intoxicated. I created the pattern by cutting curves, arcs and bars. Machine and hand pieced. Machine and hand quilted. 30″x30″

Author : Betsy Ramm
1 Votes

So named in answer to this May quilting challenge and in deference to Mother Nature during this pandemic. I found myself comforted and in awe of the season that came anyway springing crocuses, daffodils, peonies, and soon roses in its

Author : Penny Sanchez
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Made up of two mirror-image drunkards path blocks, this 10” x 19.5” mini quilt sports a cheery rainbow inspired directly by the rainbow order of the bundle of challenge fabrics. This was a fun project to dream up and create

Author : Sage Drake
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Kate Corazzin PB&J Rainbow Ripple May 2020

Author : Kate Corazzin
1 Votes

I Used French Quarter blocks, a square version of drunkards path
Author Loxie Stock

Author : Loxie Stocck
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I took the basic drunkard’s path and mirrored it. That gave me a orange peel shape. I cut that orange peel in half. Then I went into the negative space around the orange peel and chopped that up, too. I

Author : Jessica Toye
0 Votes

Barb Nelson

Author : Barb Nelson
1 Votes

Used every color from the challenge. Attempted to make the greens a neutral.Improvisational piecing and quilting.

Author : Kate Thompson
0 Votes

Black quilt with drunken path, with half circles, quarter circles and full circles.

Author : Linda VanDivner
0 Votes

My first modern wonky drunkard’s path quilt, I had fun making it as wonky as possible! However my machine gave up on me during the challenge and I had to use an old machine for quilting which ruined the quilt.

Author : Rachel Rohrer
0 Votes

7″ Drunkard’s Path blocks with fused roosters. Quilted by me, which is highly unusual. There’s no rhyme or reason to the color placement, which was very liberating. The roosters are because I can’t help but add a bit of appliqué

Author : Jenifer Dick
3 Votes

Dresden fans using 16 of 18 colors on PB smoke background. 35″ square. Beautiful FMQ by Peggy Skaith. Double thickness batting. My first time working with flange binding.

Author : Laura J Davidson
0 Votes

Original design that combines different size Drunkards Path blocks to create a mid-century modern feel with the vintage brown hue and retro quilting design.

Author : Tina Jackson
0 Votes

Drunkard’s Path blocks depicting flower petals on a black background. 46″ x 43″. Piped binding of multiple bright solids. Quilted by me.

Author : Karen Hansen
12 Votes

Shapes escape from the traditional path to create a radiating color burst. The quilting emphasizes the design with thread color changes and contrast. I think we have all wanted to escape these past few months. So fun and bright and

Author : Sharon Swanson
1 Votes

This is my challenge quilt. I made small improv drunkards path blocks then assembled them with narrow strips to form little X’s. The blocks are quite small and finish at 3″×3″. It is fun to try to work small. The

Author : Tia Curtis
0 Votes

Miniature ~14×16. Machine pieced and quilted, hand embroidered by me. No binding. Added second batting and back, turned then quilted.

Author : Melissa Toburen
0 Votes

This is my first drunkard’s path quilt. I enjoyed all the colors. This was inspired by a black and white quilt with circular flowers.

Author : Joan Brown
1 Votes

Cheryl Sikkema, 1st quilt challenge experience

Author : Cheryl Sikkema
0 Votes

From the fat eight bundle of PB&J fabrics, I chose the most saturated colors to distribute across a large amount of white negative space for contrast. To add some texture and movement, I hand-stitched chunky black thread throughout the composition.

Author : Lisa Hirsch
0 Votes

This is my first Guild Challenge as well as the first quilt I designed myself. It was a lot of fun! It is 100% machine stitched. I free motion quilted it as well.

Author : clarkcb2007
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I used the Classic Curves ruler by Color Girl Quilts. This quilt is a gift for my niece who has a baby girl due next week.

Author : Lori Lange
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Original design and machine pieced by me
3″ Drunkard Path blocks
Size 25.5″ square
E2E quilted by Linda VanDivner with variegated thread

Author : Leanne Baraban
2 Votes

Front and back of my quilt, 53″ x 20.5″. Quilted with a rainbow variegated thread, to depress some of the circles and buoy others up.

Author : Mary Thomas
0 Votes

Being born in May, I created flowers using the drunkards path template. The flowerS, leaves and grasses are then thread painted to create texture and depth to enhance the garden. 23×40

Author : Judy Chaffee
1 Votes

28.5″ x 34″ This is the third of three quilts I made inspired by this challenge. I think this one captures the look I was going for the best. Original design, quilted by myself.

6 Votes

This is my minimalist depiction of low, rural population density. I pieced and quilted it on my Bernina.

Author : Patty Simmons
4 Votes

The wall hanging is a 41 1/2″ square in the Drunkard’s Path design. The wall hanging was quilted and pieced by me using a long-arm machine. Quilt stitch pattern is meandering and ruler work using Glide thread in Khaki. The

Author : Mary Ann Watkins
1 Votes

Adaptation of Elizabeth Hartman’s Kittens

Author : Jessica Ray
0 Votes

Decided to make this quilt at the last minute, made the complete quilt in 48 hrs. I went for a random placement of colors and shapes. it is sized to hang on my front door.

Author : Dawn Green
0 Votes

I used four different quarter circle block templates and all of the colors in the fabric bundle to create this improvisational quilt. 36″ x 36″

Author : Marilyn Butler
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In this unique moment in time, I let my design ideas wander until I settled into this original pattern I created. I was guided by the idea of generative art — letting a computer program choose the distribution of each

Author : Nikki Woolsey
3 Votes

22”x24” created and quilted by myself. Reflecting all the support from friends and family during our time of isolation.

Author : Susan Tuttle
1 Votes

This is an original design pieced and quilted myself on my Bernina. It measures 36 x 30. The back is a fabulous OOP AMH print. My goal was to use every color in the bundle.

Author : Carolyn Short
0 Votes

Time – what you might feel it represents, and what you should give yourself to explore it. 24” square. Original design. Pieced and quilted by me on my Bernina using both a walking foot and ruler foot.

Author : Sara Guidry
2 Votes

Original design connecting Drunkard’s Path blocks with 1/4 inch inserted curves. 39X35 inches. I hand pieced, big-stitch hand and machine quilted the work. Flange backed. Used nine of the challenge fabrics plus ebony. The memory of mounds of confetti falling

Author : Cheryl Brady
1 Votes

I was delighted with the fabric I received at our tenth anniversary party. I chose to use all the colors in my piece. The bird blocks determined the size of the quilt. I used the drunkard’s path to create flying

Author : James Brown
0 Votes

First curves and first Challenge!

Author : Linda Fryatt
1 Votes

Hope was created thinking I hope I like this block, my first. As I went on it became hope for the future. Ropes leading to happy colors. I used tootsie as the brown and all of the colors.

Author : Leta Richards
0 Votes

Drunkards path surrounded by improv log cabin. Used all colors in pack.

Author : Judy Ky
1 Votes

A curvy flower sits in the chaos of a busy threaded background… 24” square.

Author : Kelly Lautenbach
2 Votes

Because that is where drunkard-ness might land you!!! Not judging – just funning with you. a 13×13 piece with seven 1 inch curvelets added in. The bars are in the quilting in a contrasting thread.

Author : Christine Jacobs
0 Votes

So many firsts for me here: 1st challenge, 1st original design, 1st curves and 1st quilting. The designs was inspired by @francois_bonnel_artwork (instagram). So happy to stepped outside my comfort zone with this.

Author : Kate Koenig
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Traditional Drunkard’s Path pattern created by using Sew Wonderful Quick curve ruler in my own modified manner. My goal was to utilize only the fabric provided to create a sense of light dimension by strategic placement of color.

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