Mark your calendars for the upcoming One Million Pillow Case Challenge Sew-a-Thon coming up on September 16th and 17th, 2016. For the third year, our friends at American Patchwork & Quilting are hosting this fun event, and inviting sewists from around the world to participate.
Join me as we celebrate hitting the middle, Block 50, of The Splendid Sampler. I have two give-aways for you, plus sharing photos from our recent trip to Syracuse, NY.
I’m excited to participate in the Acorn Valley Blog Tour featuring the gorgeous flannels designed by Patty Young for Riley Blake. I’ve made myself a couple of pillowcases and show you how I created them in this fun tutorial.
I’m excited to share with you Jacquelynne Steves FREE Block of the Month, Maggie’s First Dance.
Today’s the DAY… it’s my turn as designer for The Splendid Sampler™. Welcome to all of the participants. I’m thrilled to be included in this epic sampler journey we are all creating.
Earlier this month, my swap participants kept the mail carriers around the world busy delivering their Cobblestone Mat table runners.
For those of you long-time blog readers, you might remember when I first brought Milo home, back in 2011, Milo came to live with me. He was just 10 weeks old. While Canada celebrates Remembrance Day and our American friends celebrate Veterans’ Day, I also remember the day I picked up sweet Milo. He has changed my life in so many ways!
Earlier this month, I released the latest Aiming for Accuracy II quilt-along lesson. Lesson 16, is the ONE when participants put together their centre quilt top. For me, as their teacher, it’s the most exciting lesson of all! I am thrilled to share some of their photos today.
Today, I’m excited to be a stop on the Machine Quilting with Style Blog Hop hosted by my BQF (best quilting friend) and NEW author, Christa Watson. Plus, I’m giving away one membership to my Mini Quilt Club.
See how I quilted my Penny Candy mini quilt using my walking foot. Plus, get the Craftsy class: Creative Quilting with Your Walking Foot at less than half price.
Just about every mail day for the past 6, or so, weeks has brought me at least one, often several, colourful quilt blocks from my Aiming for Accuracy II quilt-along participants.