Sunday, March 15, 2020

PQ 11.6–Vibrant and Vivacious

This week marks the final Project Quilting challenge for the year. I needed a smaller project this time after two baby quilts for last two challenges.

Saturday, February 8, 2020

PQ 11.3--Put a Heart On It

I had visions of turning this into a baby quilt.  But I had to get real.  I'm working on another, very large quilt that has priority right now. So I finished my first block into a simple pillow.  I was even pleasantly surprised to find this fun hot pink heart fabric in my 5" strip stash that was the perfect compliment to the bold colors on the other side!

Sunday, January 26, 2020

Saturday, January 11, 2020

Project Quilting 11.1~~Notably Numeric

This weeks project idea came easily to me for once. Which was awesome cause the simple execution turned out to be quite a pain. I actually ended up doing the stippling three times before I called it good enough.  After changing the needle, the thread and the tension, I gave up and took my machine in for servicing, so the binding I finished by hand--which I really did enjoy.

Thursday, January 2, 2020

One Monthly Goal

My #onemonthlygoal is to turn my starter pile of fabrics for a very special project into the four center squares. This involves qst, hst and squares. @elmstreetquilts #do2020

Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Try and Try Again

Well, I didn’t quite finish my goal for last month. Almost, but not quite. It’ll keep a bit longer ... this month I turn my attention back to this t-shirt quilt that keeps getting sidelined for other squirrels.

Sunday, March 24, 2019

PQ 10.6--Craving Chocolate

This week I spent working on the final challenge for Project Quilting this year.  I'm happy with the way my little mini turned out!  I'm especially pleased that all my projects came from my scrap bins!!

Sunday, March 10, 2019

PQ 10.5–Sweet Dreams

This weeks challenge was a fun one!  I love words and I’m always getting punny jokes from Sarah. When Moda first released their Spell It! alphabet, I downloaded it all and played with ideas. Then when Lori Holt published Spelling Bee, that was even better with upper and lowercase possibilities.