Brynwood Needleworks Blog. Pictured above is the adorable mat that my partner Jody sent. She does not have a blog, but is an excellent seamstress. 'Love that little butterfly, and if you look under it you will see that she even outline stitched a little design of the state of Tennessee. The fabrics are beautiful, green being my favorite. Jody also included two bags of hollyhock seeds. Thank you so much Jody. What awesome goodies. To see the mat that I sent to Jody, follow the link below my signature.
17 March, 2017
Civil War Quilts Blog in 2016. The setting is also a suggestion from the blog, and is called The Way West. Notice the arrows all point to compass west. Of course green was chosen for the arrows, lol, my favorite color. The beige just seems to be a good neutral color to use. My quilt top finishes at 72"X84", and hopefully will have quilting and binding soon. Stay tuned to see that. There is also a Flickr group for this QAL (see the white tab link to the left of this blog's header). There you can see many other people's blocks and quilts, including mine. To see a close-up view of this quilt top, follow the link below my signature. Prim blessings to you all.
13 March, 2017
11 March, 2017
The Academic Quilter. The color for March is red, as this QAL is following the Rainbow Scrap Challenge. The block is from 1906, and is called The Best of All. Mine is not yet sewn into the row, but it is the top right corner block. Can't you just imagine the stars floating in a midnight blue sky? Have you been doing any quilting this week?
06 March, 2017
02 March, 2017
The Splendid Sampler™ QAL. There are 100 blocks total + some bonus blocks, designed by several very talented quilters. There were also several great giveaways going on for those who made even just one of the blocks. Joining the QAL kinda late, these are all that I have completed. 'Hope to make a few more, and form a table runner very soon. Stay tuned to this blog for future updates on my progress. Prim quilting blessings.
~Linking-up with: Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal March Linkup~
24 February, 2017
girls' dress for this little boy's sister a few years ago. This pattern's former number was 4243. The fastener is a back zipper on the romper, and the neckline and armzyche are bias tape trimmed. The pattern difficulty rating will be as before: