Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Quick Üpdate

 This will be a quick post to give an update on what's been happening here and to recognize Joan over at MooseStashQuilting. I was the lucky winner of her giveaway...$25 to Fat Quarter Shop and shop I did! 
I choose these lovelies! A fat quarter bundle of Atlas Eden by Tula Pink and a 1/2 yard cut of Amethyst Weave by Canyon. So pretty! Thanks Joan!

I also finished the quilting and binding on my Fancy Fox quilt.  I did take a picture but I will do a complete photo shoot on our trip out west next month.  
Also, worked on my Rainbow Scrap Quilt block for July! The color is bright pink! 
Link up here!
I really need to lay out all the blocks made so far (the pile is getting pretty big) and see how they go together...that will be for another day!

I started another new project! Yikes! Here is a little peek!
Other projects on the burner include my growing neighborhood (I think there are 31 homes in the neighborhood), the quilting on a baby quilt called Building Fun, and my abstract black and white I posted about here. I ended up deconstructing a portion of the top and it is back together but still waiting on a final verdict. 
What have you been working on?


  1. WOW, girl, you are everywhere all at the same time! Love the Foxy quilt! And the other two bits are devine. Happy stitching!

  2. Congrats! on your finished Fox Quilt. It fits in with this month's RSC, too. I had to look back to recall your Abstract Black and White quilt...LOVE it!!

  3. What dimensions are you using for your scrap block (pinks and neutrals here)? Reminds me of Soul Searching but rectangular ...

  4. Your fox quilt turned out beautifully. I love the colors. Congratulations on the win. It looks like you are going to have some fun sewing with those fabrics.

    I can't respond to your comment that you left me as you come across as a "no reply" blogger, but the burp cloths are a pattern than I sketched out. The machine embroidery on them adds to the cloths, but it certainly not necessary. They would be just as cute in two fabrics.

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  6. Yea, for the win! Enjoy your little bundle of joy! Love, love, love the fox quilt! What a great finish!

  7. Your fox quilt is great, and I really like the RSc block, too! That one looks perfect for using up little pieces!


Sweet sentiments