Showing posts from May, 2019

PDF pattern bought - what next

Hi Everyone, I am just dropping in to discuss .pdf patterns! I buy them all the time from clothes, bags, to quilts! Big ones, small ones to little itty bitty ones! I love them all and have them all backed up to the cloud! If you don’t know what a cloud is your hard drive on your computer or tablet! 1.  Depending on where you buy it from you will get the opportunity to download it as soon as you pay! Others sites might send you as email to download!  Don’t wait til later to download it.  Do it as soon as you can! Not going to use it right away, that’s ok, but download it to your storage! I say this because I use all Apple products and I download everything to iBooks! 2. Print it off for some light reading! You might find that cute bag is not as easy as you thought or you need to order interfacing, snaps, buckles, or more fabric! But read it! 3. Look at and cut out the pattern pieces and make sure they are all there! What do I mean? Well, you might find the pattern designer gave you a te

Happy Memorial Day

HM3 Eliot Max Dunne August 2, 1986 - April 23, 2011 Today I remember you! He was the oldest son of Frank and Selina Dunne.  Loving brother to Erica and Ethan Dunne. He serviced two tours in the United States Navy,  as a Hospital Corpsman with US Marine Units 2/5 and 1/5 as a  Fleet Marine Force Warfare Specialist in Afghanistan and Iraq.  He was injured multiple times during service.  He was a great man, a hero and warrior! Awards Purple Heart, Navy Good Conduct Medal NATO, Afghanistan Campaign, Iraq Campaign, Naval Defense Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Sea Service Deployment Ribbon, Enlisted Fleet Marine Force Warfare Specialist  I loved him so much, he was the perfect child! He grew into a handsome (not just on the outside) , funny, brilliant, strong, and loving man! He love this country and served this country honorably! He died to soon due to service related PTSD Suicide. Please remember his family today in you prayers! His death affected so many people’s li

Rocket Star Quilt Block with the Fat Quarter Shop

  Hello Everyone I am Lisa welcome to In The Boon Docks. I want to thank the Fat Quarter Shop for inviting me to participate in the Rocket Star Quilt Along.  My block is sewn with Aurifil 50wt thread and Snow Kona, Tula Pink Pinkerville fabrics! Just a few fabric changes can make a classic and vintage block look very modern! The greatest part the block is free!   FREE block pattern: Links to purchase a kit, backing, and even a terrific video! Quilt kit: Backing set: Nova collection that the quilt is made from: Fat Quarter Shop blog post link: Youtube video tutorial link ( Creative Grids Starbu