Thursday, August 30, 2018
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
I recently posted that I had ordered the cutest reindeer wall hanging from The Quilted B and here's a pic:
The fabric is from Scandinavian Christmas by Lynette Anderson and I adore it! I have too many projects started already but this one is moving to the front of the line.
Look how cute everything is packaged!!!
And just for ordering from Barb, she included this adorable pin cushion! This photo doesn't do it justice.......it's just too cute. I love the extra touch of the cut-out tag and button shaped pin!
Thanks Barb! I'll be back again!
Friday, October 14, 2011
While Halloween is my favorite event of the year, Christmas holds a close second place. That being said, I've found a new fabric to love for the holidays. It's Lynette Anderson's Scandinavian Christmas and I've gone crazy. I ordered the cutest reindeer wall hanging from The Quilted B (their photos are copyrighted so I can't add a picture but it's worth taking a look). Then I found a stitchery pattern and the most adorable buttons.......seriously, is this cute or what?
Look at these adorable buttons!
Now I'm on the hunt for this pattern and the Scandinavian Christmas fabric:
I hope the UPS man, the FedEx man or the mailman bring these goodies soon!
Happy Friday! Make your weekend groovy!
I had some leftovers scraps of Sue Zipkin's Clothworks Halloween fabrics from the quilt I made recently and saw the cute post she had for a small bag. I decided I needed a bigger bag and here it is:
I put a lime green flannel inside and used a heavy duty ribbon for the handles. I probably should have put a pocket inside but if the bag's full of candy, what do I need a pocket for?
I used this bag when I went to the Pacific International Quilt Festival in Santa Clara, CA yesterday and I got lots of awesome reviews!
Thanks for the great idea Sue!
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
Has this happened to you before? I finally got this project out so I could FINALLY finish and realized that I'm shy the slightest amount of the green dot. DARN! So it's off to the fabric store to see if I can find more.
And as if that's not irritating enough, it happened a second time. I started a scrappy table runner with Halloween fabric and ran out of the green check. So I added the black circle piece and I kind of like it because it looks like an eyeball. Spooooooooky!
I started this super cute heart quilt from the Moda Bake Shop. I'm using Candy Kisses from Sandy Gervais and I have enough jelly rolls strips to make more than one. This quilt goes together super quick so I'm definitely going to make multiples.
This little stitchery is going to become one of many Christmas ornaments for my family. I'm making one for each household and since this my first year as a married gal, I think I'll continue this each year. Next year the ornament will read Wish. The green flannel will be the border. What do you think?
My dad passed away about 20 years ago and his friend found this baby quilt of mine in my dad's stuff. She thought I should have it and I can't thank her enough for giving it to me. My parents has been divorced a long time and apparently my dad kept this quilt on his dresser. I didn't know my dad very well so this made me feel wonderful and sad at the same time. I love the funky fabrics and especially the backing. I wish I knew who made it for me.
Here is my September block for Little Miss Shabby's project. I am loving this BOM and have even kept up with the stitcheries. I can't wait till I get to stitch them all together.