Saturday, March 31, 2018

Block #3 of It's a "Wild" Life Block of the Month

Here we are at our 3rd block for the 

What would the "Wild" Life 
be without a few trees?
This set of blocks was created
by Carol of Just Let Me Quilt.

You can find the block
over at
Just Let Me Quilt.
It will be free for the month
of April, after that time there will 
be a small fee.
She also has a pieced version 
for those who prefer it
over applique.

Here are our previous blocks.

March's Block 

Deer Meadow
The pattern can be found HERE.

February's Blocks

 Maple Leaves.
The block pattern can be found HERE.

All of my blocks are created using beautiful fabrics,
by one of our BOM sponsors

It is a mix of my stash and
Lori Holt's Bee Basics,
Lori Holt's Bee Backgrounds,
and Outdoors Wood Grain in Cream.
I am also using a variety 
of different Aurifil Threads. 

To find the whole schedule for
the 2018 BOM, click HERE!
There are no sign ups,
just follow my blog to
to get access to the block when
they are released.

Here are the designers that will
be participating this year.
Their blocks for April
are all up and looking gorgeous!
and of course myself.  

Feel free to join us on
Facebook as well,
HERE is our group.

Be sure to
Add your blocks to the link party below
for a chance to win
a fabric surprise from this
month's sponsor.

The winner of March's
prize is Lavone Miller !
Check out this cutie she created.

She will be receive a surprise bundle
of fabric from our March sponsor

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Thursday, March 29, 2018

Tula Pink Table Runner with Thermoweb

I just love spring.
The early spring flowers peeking 
their yellow petals out
and what better way to 
celebrate this time of year
than to make a pretty little
table runner.

I used a mix of embroidery stitches
and a little applique.
You can find the how to
tutorial over at Thermoweb,

The pattern for the rabbits are 
from  Tula Pink's Coloring With Thread Book.
It is filled with do many beautiful patterns. 

I made two identical embroidered rabbit pieces.
Using a fat quarter bundle of Tula Pink's Eden collection, 
I created a herringbone pattern and 
quilted it with three different coordinating 
Aurifil thread colors.

They worked so well on the vibrant
colors in the collection.

Make sure to stop in at
Thermoweb to say hello,
check out my tutorial there 
and enter to for a chance to win 

your very own copy of
Tula Pink Coloring With Thread Book, 
where you can dream up 
something beautiful to create. 

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