Saturday, September 25, 2021

Baby boy clothing!


What have I been up to lately? Sewing baby clothing! So much fun, isn't it? And remember that September is National Sewing Month. This is a previously-sewn pattern, except another view. Continue reading to see another little baby outfit.

Wednesday, August 18, 2021

Orange You Glad Blog Hop: fruit slice pillow

Today is the third day of the Orange You Glad Blog Hop, hosted by Carla of: Creatin' in the Sticks. My project is an orange slice pillow, made from a free tutorial by Kelly of: Studio DIY! She made several different fruits, and I chose the orange. The pillow is approx. 14" diameter, and is made of cotton fabrics. There is piping around the front and back edges. The white background and the slices are machine-stitched appliques. How fun it this! 'Already want to make a lime, watermelon, and a kiwi fruit. Sending thanks to Carla for hosting, as well as to Kelly for the free tutorial. Please visit the other bloggers to see their awesome creations. The links to their blogs are listed below (Read More):

Wednesday, August 11, 2021

Fabric selection- blog hop

Good morning friends. Hoping that today's weather will not be so humid. A bit of rain would be really nice. Pictured here are my fabric selections for the upcoming Orange You Glad blog hop, hosted by Carla of: Creatin' in the Sticks. Please visit again to see my project all finished. Be sure to visit all of the bloggers beginning on the 16th and going through the 19th of August to see all of the awesomeness they create. Blog hops are a really wonderful way to meet new stitchers/quilters, plus the hops are just so much fun.

Monday, July 12, 2021

#Mid Year Check-In 2021

So glad to join-in on this year's #Mid-Year Check-In, hosted by Yvonne of Quilting JETGirl. Lately, I have been a bit under the weather after breaking some toes, ouch! Feeling better now, and ready to share my progress to date.

1. WIPs/UFOs: So far,5 quilts completed this year. 'Not as many as planned, but back to work on that again now.

2. One of the completed quilts is the yearly Hands2Help Comfort Quilt Challenge project. That one was gifted to my local church back in late May. This is an event that I am always proud to help with.

Not too impressive of a list, is it? Thankfully, there is still some time remaining in 2021 to get busy and quilt some more. It is always so fun to read about everyone's progress and to see all of their awesome projects. Be sure to visit the Mid Year Check-In Link Party. The post image above leads directly to that post. Blessings to you all.

Tuesday, June 29, 2021

H2H gifts: 2021

Hello friends! Look at the awesome gifts received from: Sarah at Confessions of a Fabric Addict- H2H Comfort Quilt Challenge. A wonderful book, Then and Now Quilts by Joyce Dean Gieszler, and an adorable quilt pattern, Sugarhouse Star by Amy Smart. These gifts are so nice, and very much appreciated. Sending many thanks to Joyce and Amy, and to Sarah for hosting this event again in 2021.

Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Pachanga quilt top: finished

I participated in the: Scrap Dance Pachanga Mystery Quilt Along at From My Carolina Home. Here is my finished quilt top. 'Chose a palette of many bright blender fabrics with a solid white background. 'Meant to post a few week ago, but life got in the way. Hoping to get it all quilted and binded in July. Thank you Carole, for this fun and cheerful quilt along.

Sunday, May 30, 2021

H2H Comfort Quilts 2021: final reveal!

Here is my finished quilt for the H2H Comfort Quilt Challenge 2021. It is made mostly of scrap fabrics, but with a plan in mind. This baby-sized quilt has been donated to my local church congregation to gift to a baby or child who is in need.

Monday, May 17, 2021

Born To Be Wild Blog Hop!

Hello friends. Are you enjoying the first day of the Born To Be Wild Blog Hop? My project is this little monkey doll, Judith, wearing her African wax print frock and holding a hand [small bunch] of bananas. She is approx. 16" tall, and was made from a pattern that I just made up. The body is cotton flannel, and her frock is 100% cotton. Thank you to Carol for hosting this fun hop! Thank you for visiting my blog. Be sure to visit all of the other blog hoppers this week, and see many awesome creations:

May 17th- Creatin' in the Sticks, Vrooman's Quilts, Homespun Hannah's Blog- you are here, Scrapdash, Kathleen McMusing, Just Sew Quilter, Just Because Quilts

May 18th- MooseStashQuilting, Selina Quilts, For The Love Of Geese, Elizabeth Coughlin Designs, Quilt Schmilt, Life in the Scrapatch, Sewing Up My Fabric

May 19th- Ms P Designs USA, Patchouli Moon Studio, Beaquilter, Hill Valley Quilter, Quilted Delights, Stitchin At Home, Sew Many Yarns

May 20th- Samelia's Mum, Inflorescence, Becky’s Adventures in Quilting and Travel, That Fabric Feeling, Words & Stitches, Websterquilt

May 21st- Just Let Me Quilt, Days Filled With Joy, Vicki’s Crafts and Quilting, Quilting Gail, Lianne Makes Stuff, Quilt Fabrication, Food for Thought

Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Pachanga Mystery QAL: more progress!

Finally (lol) here is one of my blocks from the Pachanga Mystery QAL, going on at From My Carolina Home blog. There will be another step this Friday, so best to get caught up. 'Still one more block to complete. This is so much fun! Thank you, Carole, for this event.

~Scrap Dance Pachanga Mystery QAL~