The two patterns that I thought would look good using my Harmony bundle are Halloween Blooms by Fig Tree and Tansy by Coriander Quilts. If my math is correct and I’m careful, I think I can make both. I’m starting with the blooms first. And because it’s National Pet Day I added a pic of me with the grandpup and Cooper on the couch with Olaf, a place he’s not allowed but forgets.
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Speechless...that’s what we were! Suzanne’s version of the Lily Rosenberry quilt, pattern by Sue Garman, is absolutely amazing. Such an accomplishment! And the quilting...perfection.
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April Quilt Parade - Flower Garden in the kitchen, Spools in my sewing room, Tulips on master bed, Plus in loft, Summer Fun and Shower Shuffle in guest room. The only colors at my house are inside, nothing but thunderstorms for us today. Cooper is not a fan of today’s weather, and neither am I.
I sent my Colorado Stars Quilt off to Abby @alatimer to work magic on her long-arm, and she just sent me these pictures. She does such a beautiful job and I’m literally squealing over here. It’s gonna to be a long few days till it’s at my doorstep, bound and on my bed!
The pattern for this quilt is done and will be released within the week!
And I want to know: if you were to make one, what size would you make, and what color would YOU use?
[FABRICS: Moda Crossweave in Graphite + Moda Bella 97] @modafabrics
Had a fabulous time at today, talking to shop owners & industry professionals and sharing with them.
I was so busy chatting I didn’t get many pics of my booth - I’ll share more details tomorrow
If you’re following along with @tulapink Instagram Stories & you’re looking for some more images & details about the Stereo quilt that I made with , here it is! Stereo is made with the Super Sidekick ruler, it’s machine pieced & there’s no Y seams. See the quilt in person at the @freespiritfabrics booth, 811, at . Quilting by @quiltingismybliss.
Sorting through bundles of 18th & 19th Century French fabric remnants which I recently acquired from dusty boxes in someones garage in a sleepy seaside town next to Marseille ...major grin when I remember the palpable excitement of opening the first box... Ruth xx
So I made myself a little fold over clutch using my new egg fabric as the interior lining as well as some of my naturally dyed bandanas and some Kona scraps! I took her for a test run today for brunch and walking around downtown and it was . It holds my wallet, house key, phone, sunglasses and headphones with more room to spare. Would people be interested in me adding something like this to the shop?
Okay!...Quilt Market is finally here so now I can tell you!! I’m so excited to show you my quilt that I designed to make with my new Farm Girl Vintage fabric collection and new Sew Simple Shapes...YeeHaw!!! Swipe to see when and where and save the date in your planner!!!
Happy Mother’s Day weekend! When I grow up, I would like to learn how to make dresden and make this kind of pillow for my mom. Jina @jinabarney made this beautiful pillow with my ! Don’t you want to make yours?I do!♀️
Today's mail day was a whirlwind of emotions! I first got a package on my doorstep from the gals in my birthday bee quilt block swap group with this quilt. Isn't it darling!? I was SO surprised, they really kept a great secret, and I absolutely love the colors and pattern, and- it has navy minky on the back Thank you sweet friends!!
Update: other packages were found! Happy happy mail day all around.
Last night I attended an alumni event hosted by my alma mater, the University of Iowa, at the Whitney Museum and I just had to share a few pics. We were able to see the new Grant Wood exhibit and it was so good. Grant Wood was an Iowa artist and is, of course, most famous for painting American Gothic. He painted what he called the “simple, everyday things that make life significant to the average person.” I love that and wanted to share it with all of you today:) P.S. Obviously I had to include a pic of Spring in Town, which shows a woman hanging quilts to dry on the line. Thanks @uiowa for having us!
Here’s a sneak peek behind the scenes of booth setup for @benartex_fabrics and .
The best part is, they have a crew that does all the booth setup for us - we just provide the
This space will transform into something beautiful by the end of the day tomorrow so stay tuned!!