- Showcase bright, bold solids and modern fabrics–perfect for stimulating Baby’s senses
- Choose from 14 small quilts that can be easily completed in time for the baby shower
- Rely on clear instructions and illustrations for each inviting design
Just in time to spice up your Monday, a sweet giveaway from sponsor, Sew Deerly Loved.
I’m also in love with this little double hexagon project. There is a tutorial for this as well!
Winner: Messy Mouse said…
thanks for the give-away.
This happy bundle, totally fits the bill, don’t you think? I’ve been such a fan of Lizzy House’s Pearl Bracelet design ever since the first teal piece I bought a couple of years ago. And to know it was being printed in every color of the rainbow?? Dreamy. I got this fat quarter bundle from Westwood Acres. So pretty. And cheerful! I know I’m going to need a few of those colors in bigger pieces of yardage before it’s all gone.
Another recent acquisition from Westwood Acres is this fat quarter bundle of Allison Glass’s Bike Path print in her Lucky Penny collection. Such pretty colors and a great blender fabric. I’m getting up the courage to actually open the bundle.
Another perk, is occaisional pretty/coolness like these giant snowflake/crystals that covered everything last Friday. I grabbed my camera and tried, with mostly mediocre results, to capture some of the magic. But I got lucky with a few shots. Here’s a little sample of the big, perfect snowflakes that covered everything!
Hope you’re staying snuggly warm (if you’re in the Norther Hemisphere that is) and finding your own silver-lining to this blah time of year.
I was invited to come share some of my quilts and my own quilting journey on Saturday morning at a meeting of the Utah County Modern Quilt Guild. First of all, some beautiful show and tell. Lots of projects from a recent half-square triangle challenge. I’m so in love with using that coral color as a contrasting solid!
My friend Sydney took these pictures for me. I learned a lot about myself as I looked at them. Like apparently, I talk with my hands. Well, I knew that already, but now here’s photographic proof. This quilt is inspiring my “jazz hands” look.
Thanks again Utah County MQG for inviting me to come hang out! So many fun people to visit with. Thanks to all those who came and for all the pretty inspiration. I really need to go back.
Now, don’t be a party pooper tomorrow! Go support your Local Quilt Shop. Guilt free. 😉
Over the past months I’ve picked up a couple of little pieces here and there. I’m getting choosy about what I pick up now. I’ve got enough that I like and actually use but every once in a while I see a color or pattern that I’ve been keeping and eye out for. Like this cute little green Spring Blossom mixing bowl.
This little vintage pitcher is not made by pyrex, but it’s the same tomato red as the fridgie above. It does not have any marking or maker on the bottom, so I have no idea of it’s history. But it’s also on the very cute side.
Another great print from Ruby Star Sparkle are these awesome retro phones. I can’t wait to fussy-cut and play with these phones. Seeing olive green and turquoise together will always remind me of my Grandma’s house. She still has a bathroom with wall paper in those colors that has been there longer than I’ve been alive. I guarantee you it is now the height of retro-chic! I totally need to scan it and turn it into fabric.
Winners: paulette said…
Carol D. said…