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January 9, 2020
A Piece of ... Island Batik Blog Hop from Quilted Delights

Today is the last day of the "A Piece of ..." blog hop, hosted by Island Batik fabrics, and I am excited to show off my creation.

 The hop has been showcasing the new Island Batik fabric lines that will be hitting quilt shops now and in the next couple months.

I was sent the Tweet collection earlier this year and of course that made me want to sew something  bird related.

I also wanted a pattern that would show off as many of the the 32 different fabrics I was sent.

I went with the Arctic Feathers pattern by Elizabeth ...

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3D Island Batik December Challenge - 3D Cubes from Quilted Delights

The Island Batik Ambassador challenge for December is to explore the world of 3D. We could use any method to make our quilts pop into life!

I went with with color play and regular piecing to create 3D cubes.

I have made two of these in the past for mini quilt swaps and they are easier than they look to put together. The other two I made were small versions and done in rainbow colors. This is my first big version done in similar colors and I am loving it!

This quilt does not have any Y seams that is ...

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November 15, 2019
Stitch It Gift It Blog Hop from Quilted Delights

I am happy to be rounding out the Stitch It, Gift It Blog Hop hosted by Carla of Creatin' in the Sticks.
I have two quilty gifts I have been working on. Both of them are Holiday quilts.  The first one you may have already seen as it was part of the Halloween Blog Hop of 2018, but it was only a top then.

It is they Halloween One Block Wonder I had been working on.  I had fully intended to keep this quilt for myself, but as I was posting photos about this on Instagram, my brother kept making ...

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October 29, 2019
Nifty Novelties Blog Hop - Halloween Version from Quilted Delights

Welcome to the last day of the Nifty Novelties Blog Hop hosted by Seams To Be Sew!  This hop is all about using novelty prints.  They are super cute to buy (I should know, I have a shelf full) but sometimes you might not know what to make with them and this hop can help.  Today I am happy to show off my Spooktacular project and hopefully pass on some inspiration.

This pattern is called Chain Link by Amy Smart.  It is perfect for 5 inch novelty squares.

I've had some of these prints for years and used them ...

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