It's the middle of March Break and the kids are just as eager for winter to end as I am.
Seems like everyone is working some spring colours into their projects. It is so nice to see all the beautiful things people are sharing on their blogs!
One of my bestest bloggy buddies, Paula of The Sassy Quilter, shared a really sweet treat. She made this gorgeous quilt top by joining in my Oblongagonalong! The instructions can be found here.
|Paula of The Sassy Quilter used fabrics from the Cuzco line by Kate Spain|
I finished my first granny squares quilt last week.
And shared a Granny Square Quilt Tutorial yesterday.
If you are feeling inspired... I would love to see you "Gettin' your Granny on!"
My Charley Harper fabric has been cut in preparation for making a quilted jacket during the 30/30 challenge hosted by Sarah of Berry Barn Designs. Sure looking forward to starting the piecing!
Thank you ALL for your overwhelming support of the Let's Bee Social!
You may have noticed last week...
Thumbnail photos have been added to the link up!
What have you been busy with this week?
Can't wait to see what you have to share!
When you link up your post,
Please BEE a Sweetie and Bee Social!
Please BEE a Sweetie and Bee Social!
- Click on at least a few, if not all, of the others who have linked up.
- Please include a link back to the Sew Fresh Quilts blog or grab the "Let's Bee Social!" button code from the sidebar. This way others who visit your blog can join in the fun!
- Following the Sew Fresh Quilts blog is not required. But it sure would BEE nice!
Keep On Quilting On!
I love the pattern and the fabric you've chosen. Looking forward to seeing you wearing it!!ReplyDelete
Hang in there. The spring is coming your way :-)ReplyDelete
Paula's quilt is beautiful and I think your jacket will be fabulous!ReplyDelete
Love the fabric you have chosen for the jacket, it will be gorgeous!ReplyDelete
I love quilted jackets so can't wait to see your finish. And I did notice the thumbnails-love them-thanks for adding them :-)ReplyDelete
I love Charley Harper! Cannot wait to see what you do with it!ReplyDelete
Congratulations Lorna!! You have won a fat quarter bundle and a spool of metallic machine embroidery thread!!ReplyDelete
How do I send these to you,? and thank you for Jacqui's Attic Treasures.
Good luck with your jacket! I've never tried quilted clothing...ReplyDelete
Thanks for hosting Lorna! I look forward to seeing that Jacket come together. I am about to start on a dress myself! it will be a nice change of pace from the quilting I think.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing the quilt by Paula - very pretty. I love your fabric choices for the jacket - it looks like it will be wonderful! Most of all Thanks Lorna for hosting this party every week. It is my mid-week motivation to get an update out.ReplyDelete
Paula's quilt IS Sweet! love it. I can't wait to see your jacket Lorna!ReplyDelete
Hi Lorna, Glad I found you and your linky. I LOVE your fox and racoon pattern on the sidebar. So cute! I'll be back again!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the granny square tutorials! Very timely for me!ReplyDelete
I've just found your blog, and love it! Thanks for allowing me to show off my work!ReplyDelete
I did notice the thumbnails :) Looking forward to seeing that jacket start to come together!ReplyDelete
Your blog party ROCKS, Lorna! Thanks for leading by example as you hop around in blogland leaving lovely comments everywhere you go. Bee proud of your efforts!ReplyDelete
Love your fabric choices for the jacket! I have some of those in the same color choices! I've linked up to your blog party... so many wonderful quilters out there sharing their work! It takes time to see them all but I'll do my best! Thank you for hosting!!ReplyDelete
Thanks for hosting the link up. I love your jacket and think you're so brave to make it. I might sew little, tiny squares together, but clothing scares me. Maybe it was bad memories of home ec, in school, where I made wrap around skirt, which came off, when I stood up in class......I haven't sewed a single piece of clothing since.ReplyDelete