I have FINALLY finished the top for my 2017 Designer Mystery Block of the Month quilt!!! I kept putting it off because of the one million flying geese blocks in the finishing kit. Once I started them, it wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be. 😀 Once I get a couple back from… Continue reading In Progress – 2017 Designer Mystery Block of the Month
This sew along has been so much fun! I’ve loved seeing everyone else’s blocks posted on Instagram and in the Facebook group. There are so many different color and fabric combinations. I can’t wait to see everyone’s finished quilts too!
I just realized that I never blogged about my Bee Happy quilt at the State Fair of Virginia. Shame on me for not bragging about my win! 😀 I entered in the machine appliqué category and Bee Happy won the blue ribbon! I was very excited to see that ribbon on my quilt.
Today was block #45! I can’t wait to see all of these blocks together when I’m done. These colors are so fun!
I have one million projects in progress, so I definitely need to add one more! A friend suggested a Sierpinski triangle quilt after seeing a bunch of my #100Days100Blocks2019 blocks. I had to Google to find out what that was, but then I was intrigued. I downloaded some equilateral triangle paper and got to work… Continue reading In Progress – Sierpinski Triangle Quilt
I’ve finished up both of my Merry Mini Quilt tops! Because I only have one million projects in progress, so why not start two more. 😂 Now, I need to get them quilted before Christmas gets here.
I can’t believe I’m actually keeping up with this sew along! I’ve finished and posted 36 blocks in 36 days so far. Here are blocks 19 through 36:
I liked making my first set of blocks for the Merry Mini Quilt, that I decided to make a second version from a Kate Spain North Woods layer cake that I’ve had for a while. North Woods is one of my favorite Christmas fabric lines ever, so I’m glad I found a great use for… Continue reading In Progress – Merry Mini Quilt – Version 2
I’ve finished block #9 for the Garden Sampler quilt. These are such cute blocks and they look more complicated to make than they actually are. I’m in love with these and this fabric line – Lella Boutique’s Garden Variety!
I loved making my Christmas Figs quilt so much, that when Halloween Figs was announced, I knew I would have to make it too. I just finished the blocks for month one. Aren’t they cute? 😀