22 April, 2021

In the Kitchen Stitchin' Blog Hop!

Welcome to the final day of the In the Kitchen Stitchin' Blog Hop. So thankful to Carla of Creatin' in the Sticks for hosting this super fun event. My project is these five Homestead Life collection panels that were won in 2020 from: Tara Reed, who is also the fabric and pattern designer. I did post about them back then, and now finally have them all finished. Sadly, in the move to this apartment, one of the panels got lost (there were six). It had a pig on it. 'Had to make two photos to get them all in the scene. Don't you just love these? Each is quilted with minimal walking-foot quilting (one vertical line near the outer edges of each center image and around the outer edges of each mat). 'Thought that too much quilting might distract from the beautiful printed images. They have Warm N' Natural© batting inside. The backings are muslin, and each mat measures 11" X 18". Thank you again to Carla, and Tara! Be sure to visit all of the other blog hoppers to see what kitchen goodies they have created:

Monday, April 19th- Just Let Me Quilt, Kathleen McMusing, Selina Quilts, Elizabeth Coughlin Designs, Den syende himmel, Samelia's Mum, Vroomans Quilts, Quilt Fabrication, Quiltscapes

Tuesday, April 20th- Life in the Scrapatch, Websterquilt, Ms P Designs USA, Stitch and Quilt, The Joyful Quilter, Inflorescence, Words & Stitches, Scrapdash, My Bumbleberry Life

Wednesday, April 21st-
Moose Stash Quilting, DayBrook Designs, Beaquilter, Patchwork Breeze, Kathy Kwilts and More, Stitchin' At Home, Songbird Designs, Days Filled with Joy

Thursday, April 22nd- Creatin' in the Sticks, Vicki's Crafts and Quilting, Quilting Gail, Sew Many Yarns, That Fabric Feeling, Annie's Musings, Quilt Schmilt, Becky’s Adventures in Quilting and Travel, Homespun Hannah's Blog- you are already here, Food For Thought

30 comments:

  1. Simple but elegant. Very beautiful placemats. Thank you for sharing!

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  2. These placemats look awesome! They have a great country living feel and theme to them. I wonder what strange place you will find the pig hiding one day.

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  3. Those are really cute! I use a lot of little mug rugs and some of the printed fabric would work well for those. I hope you're having a good morning! It's actually cool here today! Hugs!

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  4. I absolutely love those mats! So perfect for farmhouse decor.

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  5. Those are adorable, great for a farmhouse setting especially!

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  6. wow your mats are lovely. very simple but lovely. thank you for sharing and inspiring

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  7. Those are all so beautiful and have that homey farm feeling to them. Nicely done.

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  8. I love those panels and putting them into mats was a great way to show them off. The sweet fabrics on the sides really add to them. Thank you for sharing a way to use panels for a kitchen project!

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  9. Enjoy your new placemats, Denice! Such a lovely project for the Hop.

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  10. So simple, yet so pretty! Thank you for sharing your project.

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  11. Pretty additions to your table - well done!

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  12. How fun especially for a farmhouse theme. Janice

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  13. Such nice place mats, Danice! I love the farmhouse theme!!

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  14. These are lovely, such a shame the piggy one went missing.

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  15. These are gorgeous panels, just perfect on your table. I do hope you find the missing pig, lol!

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  16. Yes, those panels you used are fabulous. Great designer, too. Thanks for sharing the placemats.

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  17. I agree with you on using limited quilting. The designs are really great the way the . Turning the panels into placemats was a wonderful use for them. Great finish, sorry about the missing Piggy.

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  18. Oh I just love these placemats. They're perfect on your table too.

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  19. Those are adorable. I bet the pig one was fun too! The placemats look lovely at the table. May you enjoy many lovely meals in your new place.

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  20. Love the farm theme--these would be perfect for my house.

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  21. Very nice placemats! Simple but elegant. Glad I found your blog!

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  22. Love these and so great for the hop. Thanks for the info and sharing them. What a great way to make placemats. Thank you for hopping with us!

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  23. Perfect project for this hop! Very farm chic. I need to find some of this fabric to make placemats or a runner for my son, DIL and grands who live on the farm. 😉

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  24. Love the place mats, they are so cute! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  25. I just love how they turned out - always fun to see how others use my fabric collections! 😍🐮

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  26. What fun farm theme placemats. Hoping you end up finding your lost little piggy placemat. Maybe he will come running "wee wee wee" all the way home! LOL!!

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  27. Thank you so much friends. These placemats look wonderful on the table.

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