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April 23, 2019
Pat's Fireside Chat & Giveaway! from Pat Sloan's Blog

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General Store which I'll be using a FQ bundle plus other fabrics for the ...

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April 22, 2019
Feather Me a Rainbow Baby Quilt from Creatin' in the Sticks

My newest quilt pattern is over on the 
Thermoweb 
blog today.

I'm celebrating my favorite color - RAINBOW!

Feather Me a Rainbow Baby Quilt


I was inspired by rainbows and Dresden quilt blocks.

My thought was that feather shapes would make a Dresden looking block
and
in rainbow colors
how could it be wrong?


The quilt pattern features
to print the patterns right on the fusible adhesive to create all of the quilt blocks. 
 Just print, fuse, cut, bond, and stitch.  It's that easy.


The colors of HashDOT by Michael Miller Fabrics are amazing for ...

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Glad Surprise That is Spring from Canadian Needle Nana

Heavy rain and the odd thunderclap were keeping us inside for the most part. It came with wind too lashing about the trees.
 We went out for our walks but I worried Hubby would get cold from the dampness.  I grew up with those notions; did you?
Bit brighter today and there is no doubt "spring is breaking in glad surprise" all around us.

For instance, the phoebe has returned to the rafters of the tiny garage by the pond. Last year two nests were inside and the birds didn't seem to mind the closeness. Having a pond on ...

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April 21, 2019
Coming Home and FLW from The Cozy Quilter

I have finally finished the second part of my Coming Home BOM quilt.  Everything is fitting together well so far with minimal un-sewing.  The four corners are up next and I have the pieces cut out and ready to applique. 


The applique tulips will be turquoise and magenta (two of each).  I have started to applique one block and hope to get them all done before the third set of instructions come out at the end of April.



If you read my previous post, you will know that I am making a string quilt with material from my Dad's ...

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April 19, 2019
Christmas Figs Sew Along Block #17 from Pat Sloan's Blog

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Februrary favorites american jane

I have fallen in LOVE with quilt from my good friend Sandy of American Jane!

There is the kit, pattern and her wonderful fabric line

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Pat Sloan Christmas Fig block 17 pic 2


The Christmas Fig Book is Required

After this block there are 3 more to do in my Christmas Fig Sew Along!  I have another winter theme book sew along coming up, stay tuned for details

For each block I've got tips with Something Blue Fabric  as I make a 2nd quilt

Pat Sloan Christmas Fig block 17 pic 1


TIPS for Making the Blue version

  • I am using a darker contrast to the ...

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Tulips and TWO GREAT 20% off coupons for you! from Pat Sloan's Blog

Today I have My purple tulip top with a tip on auditioning  the stripe, and a Fantastic Site Wide 20% off coupon, if you were thinking of a die cut machine, this is the time to do it!  Let's get started...

Pat sloan gemini discount

I'm so excited to have this special offer of 20% off everything at Crafter's Companion with code PSLOAN at checkout! 

It is for the next 4 days, ends at midnight (eastern time) on Monday.  If you have wanted the Gemini Die cut machine and dies this is the time to do it.

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Dreamweaver Quilt {Progress} from Samelia's Mum

My Dreamweaver Quilt is slowly coming along. Looking back through my blog, I see that I started it back in February of this year. It was put on the back burner while I played with Liberty and Kantha style stitching. 



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April 17, 2019
A Garden Trip! from Applique 'n Patch Quilting

Here is my latest quilt.  So very pleased to have another quilt done and off my list.  Now, it is time to really enjoy this quilt.

This photo was taken on Sunday and then we had another dump of snow.  Still a lot of snow on the hill but daily we can see a difference and photos help to remind us that the snow is really, really going away.

As I was taking a photo, there was a movement out of the corner of my eye.  What?  I kept snapping photos.  Did I capture anything? 
This red squirrel came in ...

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Hearted Beauties Release from Stitchin at Home

I have always wanted to make a New York Beauty Quilt. Whenever I spy one whether it's at a quilt show or on the net, they catch my eye.

'Hearted Beauties' is what happened after I played with designing my own New York Beauty blocks in a heart shape. Why a heart shape? Because I thought it might be neat to see what they looked like. Of course those hearts needed a setting and a quilt pattern was born.

Hearted Beauties


The Heart blocks are paper pieced, the rest of the quilt uses traditional piecing.

The quilt back shows ...

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April 15, 2019
Have you ever heard of Manx Quilting? Learn about that & MORE on my show today from Pat Sloan's Blog

Guests Denniele Bohannon, Sharon Wasteney, Julia Wentzell and Amy Smart join Pat for a chat!

CLICK THE PLAYER & Listen to Show 417 -- My favorite find at the end!

LISTEN to THIS show right at the player above. 

American Patchwork Quilting Pocast episode 417 Denniele Bohannon

It is so fun to contact someone for the show and find out they took a workshop from me years ago! Denniele Bohannon of Louanna Mary Quilt Design made my day when she told me that! She has a wonderful design sense and I love the stories behind ...

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FREE beautiful Aurifil Designer of the Month block & the next Charity block! from Pat Sloan's Blog

Double the fun on the 15th, Aurifil day and Charity block day, So Let's get to it! 

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My Aurifil designer this month is the dynamic duo of Kristy Wolf and her daughter Shayla Wolf of Sassafras Lane!.

Did you make and enter your block yet this year? You should! this is the perfect one to start with and you might win a box of thread! 

My Interview and block are At the Aurifil Website, read and come back!

Pat Sloan Aurifil 2019 block 4 pic 1

I always select a different color group to make my blocks in and this year I'm having a blast with ...

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Avocado, Birds, Free Patterns from Canadian Needle Nana

Lately this has been my favourite lunch which I make sure I eat by 1 pm.  Two slices of dark rye bread, a little olive oil, an avocado and a sprinkling of pink salt. I find avocado, like bananas, filling.

 I have to work on not gobbling it down and am practising mindful chewing.  Yes, that's a thing and pretty tiresome too but necessary for me as I have a tendency to inhale my food.  Even with this, I tend to forget sometimes and then I'm a big old turkey, gobble, gobble.
As a Newfoundlander, we are known ...

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April 14, 2019
Coming Home--Applique from The Cozy Quilter

Finn joined me on the couch this week for some applique for part two of Coming Home, this year's Sarah Fielke BOM project. The instructions for part two came out at the end of February, so I am a little bit behind, but I'm sure I will catch up at some point.  I am just enjoying the process of picking out fabrics and working away at the various parts of this quilt.


I finished sewing the starts to the magenta squares and cut them out into circles for the next stage of the applique.  Finn provided moral support ...

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Love with a Twist Bonny Butterfly from Clever Chameleon

Balloon Butterfly appliqué from the Love with a Twist series by Dione Gardner-Stephen of Clever Chameleon

Small and Cute, that is our brief for April’s Love with a Twist

This month we have two smaller balloon animals to add to our Love with a Twist quilt along collection. But size isn’t everything and variation is key to keeping things interesting. Besides, our next two balloon critters are both super sweet, and I hope you’ll enjoy them as much as I do. </p>
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April 12, 2019
Tulipfest Sew Along - Gnomes and Tulips are darling! from Pat Sloan's Blog

Let's make TulipFest blocks this week!

But FIRST

Februrary favorites american jane

I have fallen in LOVE with this quilt from my good friend Sandy of American Jane! My kit arrived, I'm thinking I need to make the flag first.. or...maybe get one of the basket made as a "May Day" basket.. mmm. decisions decisions...

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Pat Sloan Tulipfest Sew along pic 2

I've made my 4 purple tulip blocks. I still think I'll do this one with just the 4, but I could change my mind, we quilters are like that!

This Weeks Assignment

  • If you are making the full ...

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April 11, 2019
Baltimore Appliqué Showstoppers from Telling Stories Through the Needle's Eye

Last month, when Kara was here to teach at the Academy of Appliqué, we spent a day at the Mid-Atlantic Quilt Festival in Hampton, Virginia. That has been our routine for the past few years, but we were especially eager to go this year to see the special exhibit by the Baltimore Appliqué Society (BAS). And not just because our Fairy Tale Album was part of the exhibit; we knew what a treat it is to see the work of our fellow appliqué-ers in BAS! And we were not disappointed. Here is the exhibit for you to enjoy.







 
We so ...

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Getting somewhere! from Applique 'n Patch Quilting

Progress has been made on the borders.  Oh happy days!  I love the look of this border applique.  Only 12 more leaf units and this top will be finished ...

My husband and I have been busy again making a wood box for my niece's apartment.  She wanted a nice looking box for her garbage and recycle bins.  So, we obliged.
Her kitchen is very small and this box will help her a lot with storage.
Snow is melting very nicely up here.  Dare I even think about getting out some spring tulip quilts out for display?

Like these two ...

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April 8, 2019
Editor Show this week! from Pat Sloan's Blog

CLICK THE PLAYER & Listen to Show 415

LISTEN to THIS show right at the player above. 

American Patchwork Quilting Pocast episode 415 Editors

Hit the Road with the American Patchwork & Quilting Staff

This is the time of year where the weather’s getting nicer and everyone starts planning their summer vacations! Whether you’re planning a big getaway with the whole family or just want to fit in some smaller day trips with your girlfriends, we have some suggestions for how to fit sewing ...

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Appliqueing away ... from Applique 'n Patch Quilting

This is what I'm working on right now.  Boredom is starting to set in and instead of starting a new project (and thus creating a new ufo in the process - LOL), I really should work on an old ufo.  This top is almost completed.  Just finishing up the applique in the borders is all that is needed.

There are 28 of those leaf units (and a gazillion circles) to do and if 4 get done per day, this top will be finished in a week from now. 

In order that this process doesn't become monotonous and becoming abandoned ...

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April 7, 2019
Hand Stitching Report from The Cozy Quilter

I have not blogged about my Frank Lloyd Wright cross stitch picture for the last couple of weeks but I have still been working on the metallic gold outlining.  The end is in sight...just a bit in the top section left to do. We took a car trip last weekend and I did quite a bit of stitching as my husband drove. 


Finn is staying with us for 5 weeks as my daughter is really busy at work right now. We are going for a couple of walks each day.  He keeps us on our toes...


Finn is also ...

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