Showing posts from March, 2018

Aurifil March Designer of the Month Block

Aurifil Thread Designer Of The Month Block Of The Month March Designer Jo Avery Each month Aurifil has a different Designer create a block for there BOM!   You can find this month’s interview and block by Jo Avery March - Lisbon Tile My block is made with Flutter and Cotton & Steel scraps of basics. Each month if you link a picture of your block with the monthly post you have a chance to win FREE thread.  That’s right Pat Sloan gives 12 free spools away each month! I have a few more blocks to catch up.  Things have been crazy at my house but are starting to calm down now.  My daughter has had her baby Sarah Elizabeth Proctor and Lilly is learning to be a big sister. Being a Grandma just gets more wonderful each one you get! Hugs to you all! Lisa

Hideaway Quilt

I was so excited when  Fat Quarter Shop  invited me to participate in AGF Stitched with Kimberly !  When I began working on the project my thought was to use this beautiful fabric and make my new granddaughter who was due April 1, 2018 a grand quilt. These blocks are super easy for a beginner and the quilt pattern is available for free .   The   Hideaway Quilt Video  with Kimberly Jolly is available to help you! The AGF Stitched Quilt for this Thursday  is the Hideaway   with a  FREE Pattern ! Along with the pattern, the Fat Quarter Shop has the  Hideaway Quilt Kit  and matching  Backing Set  that features  Capsules Nest  by  AGF Studios  for  Art Gallery Fabrics . The Quilt Kit features the  Capsules Nest Make-A-Wish Panel  that truly delightful for any child.  All the blocks on the panel showcase the animal themes that are featured throughout the collection. After quilting the last 7 years this panel is one of my favorites  Capsule Nest Make A Wish Foundation Fabric Panel (I am buyi

Spelling Bee Sew Along Week 23

The  Spelling Bee Book  is by  Lori Holt  of  Bee in my Bonnet  and features complete instructions for 100 letter, number, punctuation and picture blocks in two sizes plus 18 quilt projects! The Sew Along features 88 of the blocks from the  Spelling Bee Boo k!  Lasting 44 weeks, the Fat Quarter Shop Sew Along will feature 2 blocks from the book each week.  Check each week at the  Fat Quarter Shop It is Week 23 , my name is Lisa and I have Capital R ! Welcome to Spelling Bee Saturday! “R” is for Rotary Cutter! I am very excited that the cutting and sewing instructions are easy! The block went together quickly!   I plan to sew up the other letters to spell out my husbands name for a quilt.   Fabrics   Lori Holt, Modern Minis is the blue - Riley Blake Designs Lori Holt, Bee Background is the white - Riley Blake Designs Thread Aurifil 2600 Dove Suggestions 1. Buy a set of  Alphabitties  when you order the book! 2.   After making the R, I added a 2 1/2” border on all 4 sides! Have a Roari

Sign up you blog for a fun blog hop

Sign ups are open Where Flowers Bloom blog hop  over at  Creatin in the Sticks  with Carla this June! If you love to create check it out! I’ll be there! Hope to see you there!  Lisa The Granddaughter is due on my birthday but I don’t think she will wait that long!

Book Review Stitch Camp

Book Review Stitch Camp  , by Nicole Blum and Catherine Newman, I found it at the public library the other day and liked that it had a variety of projects to do.  So I checked it out!  It is a delightful book and great projects for young and old.  It has great photography and very colorful.  The project instructions are well written and are targeted at things everyone might like.  My daughter is 36 weeks pregnant and on total bed rest so this is just what she needed to find something to do. After digging around looking for where I put the felt I had stashed away.  She enjoyed choosing colors, zippers, and digging through my button collection.  It kept her busy for an afternoon and taught her something! Nomatter what your Monster looks like it is fun to just create something!  Take your mind off your problems for a little while. Other projects I personally like are the key chains, and the bracelets!  I would recommend this book for anyone looking into something crafty to do.  Most every