I am a bearer of good news today!! Yay, love that when that happens 🙂
My second class for my sampler quilt went live today. It is being run at Spoonflower’s Greenhouse and it’s free!! If you are in North Carolina and happen to be in the Raleigh-Durham area on July 27th, the registration is here. The blocks this time round are:
Please note you do not need to have attended the first class. You can use the blocks in other projects like pillows or table runners.
The first two rows are coming together nicely.
You can check out the full Sampler Quilt design in this previous post.
The other great news for me, I am registered for QuiltCon and excited at being a super volunteer!! Who’s going?
Lastly, the winner of last weeks feature book Quilt Color Workshop is #76
That is Pam….I will send you an email to get your details for shipping your prize. Congratulations!!
I have a new favorite line everyone!!! Safari Moon. I did not see this one coming. I got my usual email from Hawthorne threads to say they had a new line in….I went to look and next thing you know I have 1/2 yards of the whole line.
The colors and designs are fabulous, look at those feather prints (blue and pink, middle) and those butterflies:
Geometric prints that can be used in reveal projects:
Animal Prints, the bird prints on the left, and the giraffe/leopard design prints:
Finally, a large print that may be used in a bag soon….Zebras!!!
I already know that I will be buying more of some of these prints!! Linking up with the fabulous
Molli Sparkles Sarah @ Sarah Quilts for Sunday Stash (see button on the right).
The thing of business for today, the winner of Book Review Tuesday: Quilting Line + Color is :
#15 is Leigh Ann over @ Ella’s Cottage. Congratulations, an email is on its way to get your details.
I have started, on the second quilt, I am making for my friends children (the 1st one being the Pushme, Pullme Quilt). As mentioned, in my last post I have fallen in love with the X & + Block. These will be blocks in the new quilt – colors being blues, greens, reds, oranges and yellows.
My goal for ” A lovely year of Finishes” in December is to have 4 rows of the individual blocks sewn up (the quilt will have a 6 x 8 block format).
Linking up with Lee over @ Freshly Pieced for WiP Wednesday.
Lastly, the winner of “Brave New Quilts” and the Paint by Numbers, Lush Uptown FQ is:
Which is Cheryl of Meadow Mist Designs. Cheryl I will send you an email today to get your details.