No one in this Triple Play is OUT! Go Ahead and make a Hot Toddy for yourself – this pattern is a home run in any colorway and works for any season Continue reading Triple Play
Welcome to my day on the Island Batik Seaside Summer blog hop! I’m happy to share the Sea Canyon collection with you today. The color palette is inspired by the vibrant colors of a desert sunset in the Grand Canyon. Just look at these great fabrics! I’m excited to get started. Lets Get Started with Editing the Pattern! The project I’m sharing with you … Continue reading Pattern Editing – Go for it!
For Gabi and Mia, this was their first time at a sewing machine.
All fabric was “shopped for” in grandmoms stash. Continue reading Dog Days of Summer!
The Island Batik Ambassadors have been having a good time with our April Challenge. The challenge was to create a project using an April Showers theme. We could include anything speaks April: rain, umbrellas, rain gear, spring, spring flowers. You get the picture, right! One of my favorite things in April are the Tulips, so I wanted to include a tulip in my project. The … Continue reading A Blue Bird and The Cat
Hello! Today is the final day of the Creative New Quilts blog hop. This two week hop, hosted by the Island Batik Ambassadors, has been such a breath of fresh air! I am just blown away with some of the creative projects I’ve seen. The hop features projects from Creative New Quilts and Projects from Precuts or Stash, by Wendy Sheppard. You know, when I … Continue reading Count my Blessings Quilt
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Whether you are Irish or not, on March 17th, we all turn our inner Leprechauns loose. Maybe you like to cook a big St. Patty’s day dinner, indulge in Irish potatoes, or sip an ice cold green beverage. Me? I’ve been busy working on some Leprechaun Laundry. I’m not talking about tiny green jackets, hats, and boots. I’m talking about chain piecing tiny … Continue reading Leprechaun Laundry
I put away all of the holiday decorations and my kitchen was looking a little bare. I looked through my linen closet for something bright and cheerful to dress up the table, but there was nothing. I have quite a few table runners too, all quilted. I found one for summer, another for 4th of July, two for Fall, and a bunch Christmas. But there … Continue reading Blame it on the Rain