WOW! There were some fantastic projects submitted by all who participated in the audition round of the contest. It made the Judges decision very difficult to select who the four contestants will be competing during the month of March.
First, we would like to thank Anne Sutton as our Guest Judge for the Audition round. It was a pleasure!
Bookmark/Page Holder by dragonflyquiltworks
Artist’s Portfolio by SunniLoveAffair
Circa 1934 jelly roll with porcelain solid made for Sliced Contest.
Portfolio measures 16.5″ x 17″ when closed.
Awesome Jumbo Sized pouches!!! What a creative and practical use of fabrics resulting in a perfect way to store away all our quilt blocks, no matter what size they might be.
Week planner by jednoiglec
My entry to Moda Bake Shop Sliced Contest (Auditions).
This version of my week planner is designed for two family members (each member has its own row) – half of charm pack is needed to make it (for colorful parts) plus fabric for white sashing, fabrics for back and binding.
In version for four family members one charm pack is needed (for colorful parts) plus fabric for white sashing, fabrics for backing and binding.
It can be also used at the office.
Corners of each square are pockets to put there cards with plan for each day of the week or another information. These corners were made from 1/4 of charms and they are sewn between the rows.
Buckle is used to indicate day of the week. When the day changes, buckle is moved to another.
Depending on weight of the buckle (mine is quite heavy) buttons for secure the strip are needed.
Machine quilted (cotton batting was used) and machine bound.
I blogged over at: jednoiglec.blogspot.com
Crocheted Caddies by akalauni
Living the “I” Life by Sew Incredibly Crazy
Tote Along Tool Caddy by sherrodstudio
Quilt Show by Sarahsewssuessox
3-Ring Binder Cover by quiltmaven
Made from one Flora charm pack and Moda yardage with batting and a decorative buckle.
Blogged at diaryofaquiltmaven.blogspot.com/2012/02/cross-your-finger…
Studio Apron/Sewing Caddy/Chair Caddy by Jules loves stitches
I used pieces from a Moda “It’s a Hoot” Jelly Roll, quilt batting to help give it shape and body along with some pellon. D-rings function as buckles on each side of the apron to turn it into a chair caddy or undo them to turn it into a sewing machine caddy.
Stay Tuned… The winning four contestants that will compete in the SLICED competition will be announced soon!