Friday, March 31, 2017

April's Sun, Sand, And Sea Block of the Month

I know that I have enjoyed
revealing the next Block for the

This month's blocks are designed by
Carla of Creatin' in the Sticks.
You can stop in
and pick up this adorable flock
over at her blog for free
until the end of the month,
right HERE.

There is a whole lot of fun in the sun
happening in this block.

Her bird Splash from the
In Our Garden Block of the Month
decided to
trade in his bird bath for
a little fun in the sun
on a beach ball.

Isn't her design just the cutest?

For my quilt I am
using a variety
of different Timeless Treasure batik fabrics.

They have been so very fun to
play with for this hop.

For the applique,
I always use Heat n Bond Lite.
They have made
these super handy sheets that you
can stick in your printer and print out
the pattern pieces.

They worked like a dream
with these blocks.
You can find them here.

If you have missed the other
blocks you can find March's
HERE from

and our first block
by me,
You can find it

If you are on Facebook, we would
love to have you join our group
you can find it HERE.  

Can't wait to see what your blocks
look like at our Link Party
starting the 10th right
here on my blog.
By joining April's Link party, you have a chance
at winning a bundle of fabrics
from our sponsor Clothworks.

Congratulations to March's winner
Amy Sylvia!!
We had 34 beautiful blocks join
in the party last month.
Amy will be receiving some
gorgeous fabrics from

Can't wait to see your blocks!!

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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

My February Aurifil DOM Reboot Block

I like to have a bunch of projects
mostly because I love to stay busy.
I can't sit still for too long before
If I sit still for too long,
I believe that I am being unproductive.
A crazy thought, not to be able to just be,
but I find I am most relaxed when
I have a project or two, (maybe ten)
in the works.

So while patiently waiting
for the next block
of the

I decided to join in the Aurifil DOM Reboot.
I had actually printed
off most of the patterns clear back from 2012,
the first time that they had held this Stitch Along.
I had very little quilting experience then,
and didn't figure to be able to finish
what I had begun.
So, to my surprise they
brought it back.

I finished the second block a few days ago.

I just love the way that this cutie turned out.
I picked my colors to embroider by matching
them to the fabrics that I was planning to use.

The fabrics are an exclusive from Craftsy.
This is my first time to try their Boundless fabrics.

My assessment of the fabrics are that they are
quilt shop quality.
The line is called Flower Shoppe
I love the fabrics from the pure white with floral neutral
to the navy sprinkle.
(These assessments were my own,
I was not paid for them)
Of course, the piecing of my block was
done with Aurifil 50wt. white.

I can't for the next block.
So I can start putting these
embroidered cuties together.

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Friday, March 10, 2017

Not All That Wander Are Lost Mini Quilt

Hi, Y'all!!
So here is my Friday Finish.

I received the most beautiful bundle
of fabrics from Camelot Cottons.
It was Kaleidoscope.
A beautiful mix of soft
blues, aqua, purple, creams,
and some navy blue, which
made a beautiful contrast.
It really has a modern southwest feel
to the fabric.

While looking at the fabric,
I decided to try my hand at flying geese.
Here I have been quilting for
close to 5 years, and have not
made one without paper piecing it.

Sometimes, when making something
I have no plan.
I just let the fabric lead me.

This was the case with
project.  I really thought
that I would have to go back
to the drawing board,
but after I finished it,
I knew that it had to
be one of my favorites.

The quote, "Not all those who wander are lost",
is a line written in a poem by J. R. R. Tolkien.
It has to be one of my favorite quotes.

I quilted it using Aurifil 50 wt. thread
in 2311.  I used straight stitching,
and then added a few wandering lines
through them for added interest.

It is now hanging in my home.

If you would like to read
more about this quilt
and check out the pattern,

You can find it on Thermoweb
Stop in there and say Hello.

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Thursday, March 9, 2017

Time to Surf Link Party

Are you all prepared to see
what everyone's Sun, Sand and Sea March block?
I know that I have been looking forward
to seeing what beauties that you
have all created all in one spot from the 
Time to Surf Block created by Carol

If you have yet to make this block,
no worries.
It is free until the end of the month.
You can pick it up HERE.

 It is our second block to our quilt.
In case you missed the first block,
Hello Sunshine,
You can find the pattern for the block HERE.

We would love for you to join us.
You have plenty of time to get caught up.

Now on the link party,
by linking up your block
you have a chance to win
a prize.

Provided by our fabulous sponsor
Riley Blake.
They will be sending one lucky
person who links their block
a prize of beautiful fabrics.

Please link your block below.
One link per person. 
If you do not have a blog,
we have Facebook Group 
that you can load your photos in
and then link up.
A winner will be drawn on the first of April,
when our third block in released.

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