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Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Monday, April 20, 2015
It is so fun to recreate an antique quilt. This summer
lets do it together. Our Summer Sampler Sew Along
will be the perfect opportunity to give it a try.
Here are the details, I hope you decide to join us.
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The blocks for this project finish 4"
Use your scraps to make 4 blocks each week.
I will be using the historical colors featured in the quilt.
I will be using Kona Natural for my background.
This is a 11 week program and will begin in June.
The majority of the block instructions will be in
C and T Publishing's Quick and Easy Block Tool.
Finishing instructions will be given once all
the blocks have been completed.
You will need 1-1/2 yards for setting, borders and binding.
We will not have kits for the blocks.
We will be digging into our scraps and using a
variety of blues, browns, reds, grays and pinks.
Setting fabric will be available while supplies last.
You can purchase here
Quick and Easy Block Tool is available on our website.
Block Tool is also available as an App but
we prefer using the printed version.
Background Fabric is also available on our website.
You will need 1 yard of Kona natural.
Starter Kit is also available and includes all of the above.
Friday, April 17, 2015
Sunday, April 12, 2015
It is not to late to join the Simple Scrappy Saturday Class.
We begin our next project Homestead Harvest from
Kim Diehl's book Simple Appeal on Saturday April 18
Call or visit the shop to sign up. 951-302-1469
Also included a Simple Surprise project!
Friday, April 10, 2015
Tuesday, April 7, 2015
Laundry can be fun!
My laundry room features a wall of small quilts
that I have made over the year. Most of them have been
made using an antique doll quilt as inspiration.
A lot of them are featured in this book.
The quilt in the top left corner is a favorite.
You can find the pattern in our
See the little quilt folded on the top of the basket?
That is my mothers doll quilt and has here named
embroidered on the back - so special.
I use little tiny nails to attach yardsticks to wall. Leave the
heads sticking out so you can hook the nail into
the binding between the stitches.