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September 22, 2020
Sparkling Star on Free Motion Mavericks from Quilting & Learning

Welcome to Free Motion Mavericks, week 298. We are getting ready for the 300th Week Linking Party on October 1st. It's going to be a virtual trans-Atlantic party to remember. You can read all about it below!

FMQ a sparkling star

This is the third star that was free motion quilted (FMQ) on the Pinwheels and Stars Baby Quilt. I love how it turned out!

Lots of sparkling diamonds in this star block

This design is based on Star Struck, a post that I found on the Seams French blog (see Related links below). Here is what ...

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September 20, 2020
Nine Lives from Sew Preeti Quilts

Nine Lives finished at 46" by 56"



Paul the model




Nine Lives - 46" by 56"



Of course I have Jonesie (he passed away last month) on my mind and this quilt has become of a reflection of my emotions.

A Sloth and a Cat with Fiery Red Eyes



An Owl and Smiley Cats



Black & White Cats from Bernie




A Llama, a Turtle and Purple Cats too



There are at least nine different cat fabrics and hence the name.
Can you find them all?




There is more than one here



Cattily Yours



Purrfectly Poised



Peeking Panda and Cats Packed Tight



My ...

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September 14, 2020
Next Up baby quilt featuring charming farm fabric from Carried Away Quilting


When I saw Stacy Iest Hsu’s newest fabric collection, On the Farm, I just had to sew up a baby quilt. The fabric is darling, with vibrant colors and charming farmyard scenes. In keeping with the country theme, I paired this collection with Moda’s Indigo Chambray and decided to use my Next Up charm pack pattern. The result is a cheerful baby quilt that is gender neutral and hay bales of fun.


Making children’s quilts is so rewarding. For me, they bring back special memories of my kids when they were little. This particular quilt reminds me ...

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HST Baby Quilt Finish from Lovin' Life At The End Of The Dirt Road

This little quilt started out because I wanted to use up this fabric that was in my stash. It was a $3.00 add on at some point in order to get free shipping and then I pulled coordinating fabrics from my stash and just stitched up HSTs. I was able to get 2 little quilts out of it but I'm still binding the 2nd one. I used up another bargain fabric from my stash for the backing and bound it with

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September 11, 2020
Scrappy Posie Baby Quilt from Dizzy Quilts

I had so much fun making this baby quilt! The pattern is super quick and easy, I used a bunch of colourful scraps and the quilting is something I hadn't done in a long, long time.


And now that I'm looking at the pictures properly, I love it even more!

The pattern is "Scrappy Posie" by Bonjour Quilts. It's actually a free pattern and it comes in only one size (42" square), but because it's basically just HSTs and squares sewn together, you can easily size up or down. It would be really, really cool made ...

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September 9, 2020
Seeing stars with Free Motion Mavericks from Quilting & Learning

Welcome to Free Motion Mavericks, week 296. Have you noticed the number? We are getting near 300 weeks! Make sure that you come back on October 1 to participate in the 300th Linking Party. We'll have virtual balloons, cake, tea and loads of fun.

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September 5, 2020
Farm Quilt Finish from Needle and Foot

I am in a quilting and reading phase. Quilt a little, read a lot, quilt some more. There are always so many projects to make and books to be read, am I right?

But – the sewing! I have been getting lots done. Today I will share this cute picnic quilt I made for my grand daughters. I carried this line of fabric (it is all gone – sold so fast!) and before I sold out, I stashed away some of the red and yellow yardage as well as a panel of the animals.

I love seeing red and yellow together. It ...

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September 2, 2020
Whirligigs & Pinwheels Quilt from Samelia's Mum


 A new baby in the family means I have an excuse to make a new quilt. I bought a metre of some cute airplane fabric and after much indecision, I finally decided to re-create my 'Whirligigs and Pinwheels' quiltCONTINUED (Keep Reading) »

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August 29, 2020
baby quilt finish from Making A Lather

I have a baby quilt finish. It came to me nearly finished - only missing one border. I can't remember where I found it. I knew it would make a great donation quilt. Our guild donates to the police department for the the kids that are taken from bad situations. They often have only a brown paper sack to take with them. We also have a healthy family organization to which we donate.


It came with a piece big enough for the back. I must say, I like starting out like this, rather than from scratch. haha.


6 blocks had ...

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August 28, 2020
Split Stars Quilt Top {Try A Tool with Island Batik} from Little Bunny Quilts

 Finally an update for my August Island Batik project!

I finished up all of my blocks and turned them into a top! I'm not sure what kind of border this one will have. Maybe light blue?

While it was a bit of a learning curve to use the V-block ruler, it did work out well for these blocks. I liked that I could also use the V-block ruler to trim my HSTs too instead of needing to switch between rulers.


This might be as far as this project gets this month; I have two blog hop projects to work ...

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The Comfort Quilt from A Ditchin' Time Quilts


Completed the cutest little quilt. 
Thanks to @amyscreativeside for this adorable little pattern called the
Comfort Quilt. #comfortquiltqal ❤️❤️❤️

Made for my new cousin






















 



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August 24, 2020
Up in the Air {New Applique Pattern!} from Little Bunny Quilts

 We've added another applique add-on to our Etsy and Payhip shops for use with our Ready Set Soar and Boot Scootin' Baby patterns!

Our "Up In the Air" hot air balloon appliques are another perfect baby quilt option!

Inspired by the hot air balloon fabric she used in this quilt, Amanda made this baby quilt for a good friend last year! The PDF includes applique templates for three different sizes of balloons and two different sizes of clouds.

Don't forget our other add-on applique options! Both Whales on Parade and Slow and Steady are perfect for little boy ...

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August 23, 2020
Sage Vintage Lace Quilt from A Ditchin' Time Quilts

 



These are the colors I was asked to incorporate into the quilt.  Her crib sheet is on the left, paint color in the middle and on the right are the Robert Kauffman's Kona solids that would work best with this quilt.  

I actually used the same colors and pattern that the quilt designer used.  

















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August 15, 2020
Beatrix Potter Baby Quilt from Quilts + Color

 I made this quilt with a set of Beatrix Potter Peter Rabbit hankies. It is at least the 5th similar baby quilt I made. I have more of the hankies somewhere so expect to see another in the future.
It's nice to have a finished baby quilt on hand as there seems to be a lot of babies being born these days.

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August 12, 2020
FMQ the first star on Free Motion Mavericks from Quilting & Learning

Welcome to Free Motion Mavericks, Week 292. Based on my last Free Motion Maverick's post, I chose one free motion quilting (FMQ) design for one of the 6 star blocks in the Pinwheels and Stars Baby Quilt. 


First Star Block FMQ Designs

The first star design with curves is done!
Star with curves

So let's go back a little. Here is the image of the FMQ design I chose. 

A curvy FMQ design that isn't too difficult

Although this design has several components, taken one at a time, they are not that difficult. It just requires some ...

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August 4, 2020
Baby Mountains Complete from Wedding Dress Blue

This quilt started as test blocks for an idea to make a quilt for one of my grandsons, age  4 at the time.

It was quickly determined that I didn’t want to make more than 300 fiddly blocks for a child’s quilt.  He should be able to build a fort, or wrap a cat, or race around with a long cape…you know, child things.

But I did have cute blocks.  A few more were added and it turned into this baby quilt, which has been languishing for about a year waiting for quilting and binding.

Now it ...

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August 1, 2020
Wednesday's Word: Psalm 107, Part 2. Wednesday Wrap Up. I Like New Recipes! from Faith, Trust and Breast Cancer

Wednesday’s Word:  Psalm 107, Part 2

As I shared on Monday, I was immensely blessed by the Scripture shared on PeaBeas’ Photos and Scribbles so much so that I’ve decided to do a series on them. Last Monday we looked at verse 29a. Today we’ll look at verses 29a – 30.

29
He stilled the storm to a whisper;
the waves of the sea
30
They were glad when it grew calm,
and He guided them to their desired haven.
31
Let them give thanks to the Lord for His unfailing love
and His wonderful deeds for mankind ...

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July 31, 2020
Planning to Quilt Stars on Free Motion Mavericks from Quilting & Learning

Welcome to Free Motion Mavericks, Week 290. Yesterday I searched the internet to find some fun free motion quilting (FMQ) designs for the 6 star blocks in the Pinwheels and Stars Baby Quilt. 


Star Block FMQ Designs


I've been working on this quilt for a while now, but if you don't remember, here is the full quilt.

The Pinwheels and Stars Baby Quilt
All of the pinwheel blocks have been FMQ so now it's time to work on the star blocks. Here are some possible designs for quilting them.

This first one is a variation of Leah ...

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July 29, 2020
Busy Bees, A Sparkle Jane Creation from Wedding Dress Blue

Sparkle Jane (daughter) finished the quilt for her friend’s baby, due the end of the summer.

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Scrappy Happy with bees, flowers and sweet touches of pink.

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With a minky back.

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A true gift of love.

 

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July 20, 2020
Eggs and Bacon from Sew Preeti Quilts

Happy to be Scrappy


Me: Good morning
Paul (groan)
Me: Would you like some breakfast?
Paul: Do we have bacon?
Me: I don't think so.
Paul (Bigger Groan + A Whine)
Me: I can make you an egg sandwich.
Paul: Without bacon??? Why did you wake me up anyway?


How to put these together?

The smaller block needs help

Black floral + orange/yellow stripe is better than just the stripe


Matched size = Success

And so it grows!!!


Eggs without bacon is an insult...at least in Paul's opinion.
So when this cute pig ended up next to the eggs ...

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