Saturday, June 21, 2014

What's Up and a Winner!

Sew, What's up?
If you aren't sure exactly what to do over
the summer, you could
Sign up for the
You need to create three projects over the summer.
It can be anything... Be CREATIVE, 
  Painting, QUILTING,
Stitching, Cross Stitch, Sewing....
There is only one specification
One of these fabulous project
needs to be
RBD Gingham,
just one
the other projects
will be whatever you want
Check out all the details over at
And if you haven't heard
Riley Blake is considering
discontinuing Gingham
It would be a complete shame to
have such a classic fabric discontinued.
And last but not least,
the winner of a set of beautiful
Grown and Made all right here in the
Good Old USA!!
 is Margaret!! Congrats
my dear, I know you will
enjoy playing with a beautiful set of
these Fat Quarters.

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Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Stitchin' and Finishin'

I have been working
right along on my
Here we have Block #8
Block # 9


 and Blocks #1-11

I am not so sure about the last one, but
I am committing to it.
It went a little to the dark side. 
I also had a
quilt finish.  Yeah!!

My Iris Snowballs are
all finished up.

I didn't do anything
fancy with the quilting
because it
went to my nephew for his graduation present.
He loves the color purple,
and I thought with the black and grey,
it could definitely pass as
a quilt for a fella.
He loved it.

I will be using this Accuquilt
Die again in the foreseeable future.
It is so much easier and accurate than cutting them
by hand.

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Friday, June 13, 2014

Wanted: Pattern Testers

Happy Friday everyone! 
Not much sewing has been going on in my world this week. 
I have been busy shoveling dirt. (Yes, you read correct)
 Great news for my yard just
not too exciting for the sewing room, BUT
I did finish writing up my very first quilt pattern. 

If any of you are interested in pattern testing,
 I would LOVE to hear from you! 
You use fabrics from your stash and
I'll provide the pattern.  :) 
Leave me a comment or email me at
sewincrediblycrazy {at} rocketmail {dot} com
 if you are interested. 
The finished size is 55" square.
 I believe that any level of quilter could manage it. 

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Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Colorful Colorado and a Giveaway

Today's stop is my beautiful state -

 It is filled with 
beautiful views, 
the Great Rocky Mountains, 
breathtaking sunsets,
and so many great activities
outdoor and indoors.
I was given 50 cotton solids from Clothworks 
new line American Brand Made and challenged to create a
Colorado license plate quilt block that represents
my beautiful state that I call home. 
We have sweeping mountain views
from our windows.
Our family enjoys the great outdoors,
and all the beauty that our state has to offer.

In the summer, you can enjoying fishing,




Visiting the Puebloan cliff dwellings at Mesa Verde,
Dinosaur Park in La Junta,

 Stopping in at the Air Force Academy,
Or hitting the slopes during those
snowy winter months.
I love the state that I live in
and I hope I represented the
beauty that I enjoy on
a daily basis.


I hope you enjoyed your stop to Colorado

and hope you come and visit us.

Colorado is just one of your stops this blog tour. 

Travel the 50 states this summer 
and pick up the pattern for each plate. 
My pattern for my Colorado Plate
 is found here on Craftsy.
Be sure to visit neighboring Nebraska today,
Clothworks is generously sending one winner 
8 fat quarters from the 
Grown and Made all right here in the
Good Old USA!!

Aren't they beautiful?
(1)  To win, you must live in the U.S.
Leave me any old comment.
(2)  If you would like an extra entry. 
A winner will be chosen on
June 20th at 6 p.m. (MST).
The last day of the hop
Congrats to Margaret!!

Thanks to Clothworks for allowing
me this opportunity



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Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Patchwork Star

is hosting the
Hands2Help Charity Quilt Challenge.
This is my first year to join
in such a great cause. 
I  choose the charity
Happy Chemo to send this dainty
pink and grey patchwork quilt.
This charity is close to my heart.
Cancer has hit our family
a couple times and I
hope that this quilt will
wrap someone in love and comfort
through such a difficult time.
I hope you take
a moment to visit Sarah
and the Charity Quilt Challenge.

Confessions Of A Fabric Addict

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Sunday, June 1, 2014

A Perfect Picnic

 So, Are you ready to
join me on a Picnic?

Thanks to our super sponsor Riley Blake Designs
and Peterboro Baskets

I received this lovely little
package weeks ago
filled with
3 yards of laminated cotton.
It was....

Riley Blake's Red Medium Dot laminate.
I have been in a polka dot phase.
Just love them,
Well, since one of our lovely
sponsors is Riley Blake.
I decided to use nothing but
their fabric when creating my Picnic quilt.

I have spent weeks preparing
for the perfect picnic.
Embroidering cute little napkins
with Aunt Martha's Proud to be an American transfer
and with a ruffle of course

And what would a picnic be
without a quilt 

Sewing with the laminated cotton,
was a breeze and damp grass
won't ever be a problem when this is thrown on it. 
So, what did we do for our picnic.....
I decided to let my kiddos
give me the plan,
and it was pie and iced
tea in the backyard with
their best friends.
The weather here has been a
little iffy.  It is so hard to plan
anything because of all the flash floods
we have been experiencing.

A slice of homemade Strawberry Rhubarb pie,
(my grandmother's recipe)
the sweet smells of first days of summer break,
sticky fingers and bare feet

It never matters where you have
your picnic, but the memories
you make doing it.

You can find the pattern
to this quilt at
my Craftsy Shop.

Go and check out the rest
of these picnic parties

Monday June 2

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