Sunday, October 19, 2014

Beautiful October Weekend

Our weather here is unseasonably warm. 
We were fortunate to take the camper out to the coast for the beautiful weekend. 
A little misty drizzle off and on, but for the most part warm and sunny! 
I decided that I needed a portable handwork project to take on the go, 
so Hexies it is!

    The Hexie project has begun!

       My first one.....

     Selfie with my guy.....

     My guy.......

       Cooking outdoors. Yummy breakfast.

Thursday, October 9, 2014

She's Back

Oh boy! It's that time once again.
 Bonnie Hunter released her fabric requirements for this years mystery quilt. 
The colors are beautiful. 
Start your engines all you followers....or join in the frenzy if you are a newbie. You will not be disappointed.


Do it! You won't be sorry!

Started gathering a few fabrics......

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

October already

I do love this time of year. We are still sunny and warm here but the evenings are a bit chillier. The leaves are changing color. You can feel a change coming  

I finished this bag 
          for a friend at work

      It's the Practical Bag
    Love this bag I have one 
     that  goes to work with me. 
   I added a key fob to this one
   as I am always looking for my 
        keys in my bag.

      And these are September blocks
      For my Sew Bee Wonky group

    Off to finish my last block for group        one of the Farmers Wife Quilt Revival

Monday, September 22, 2014

A quilt for Claudia

Last week I quilted this beautiful quilt for a friend. I just love this mix of colors

And used a new to me panto

I think it complemented the blocks nicely!

Friday, September 12, 2014

Farmin' Fancy

So okay I have been contemplating what to do with my beautiful stash of Flea Market Fancy. It has been sitting in a box languishing since I bought it way back in March of 2012! Just couldn't cut into it nor did I have a quilt pattern in mind for it. 

We'll today I have cut into it!

  These are half yard cuts of lovelies!

A friend of mine has been teaching how to do the Farmers Wife quilt 
without all those xxxxx templates. She has her lessons set up on Craftsy.
Karen I blame you for yet another project! She is a super talented longarmer I might add!

Anyway I bought the book at Amazon....and had it spiral bound at Office Depot 
so it would lay nice and flat, and today I started my class one blocks.

I decided to use white Kona here and there in it, so went to JoAnns' yesterday hoping to find it there. They hardly ever have it I might add. The saleslady was just taking the plastic off a fresh bolt so I quickly snatched it up and bought the whole bolt! I just love the feel of the Kona cotton. it sews so nicely and a lot of my internet buddies ask for it in the swap blocks that I make for them.

So far these are my blocks and this is so fun!