4 October 2017

Let's Bee Social # 197

Welcome to the Let's Bee Social! Today I am sharing these two cute quilts made by Linda.

After replying to her email and requesting to be able to share these quilts here on the blog...

Linda said, "I am glad you like them. Once again, they are cute cause your designs are cute.

There is a little game with the puppies. The mama dog is looking for her pup. There are two traits that the mama and her baby share. Which one is the baby?
(clues: they both have the same colour eyes and inner ears.)

Yes, I would be delighted if you shared."

And these are Linda's adorable ducks. That background fabric is perfect for this design. And I love that she added an extra duckling to the line up. What a great way to increase the width of the quilt and add to the cuteness!

You can find the Dog Gone Cute pattern here.

As you all know.... I have been working hard at using up stash this year.
But I could certainly use some help!

There are lots of fabrics, both regular width and wide backing, listed in my shop. 
Everything is $6USD per yard and can be found here.


I also have a few listings for quilt kits that include
fabric for top, backing and binding plus the paper pattern.
Check out the Quilt Kits here.

And one last thing.... 
If you purchase fabric or a quilt kit with the book, shipping is free!

Let's Bee Social! 

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Want to quilt along?

Tablerunners a great for a quick make for gift giving... Even if you end up wanting to keep it for yourself! Tablerunner Bliss by Sherri Falls is the perfect book for inspiring you to create.

You can order your own copy of this super cute book here at Fat Quarter Shop.  

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Nancy J said...

Doggone Gorgeous!!!! And I had to search for the puppies, this is a super interpretation of your design. And the ducklings, lovely as well.

KaHolly said...

Linda is pretty clever!

Little Quiltsong said...

Sweet quilts by Linda - love them! Love your cute dog-gone pattern with the paw prints along the border! How clever and adorable!

Jennifer Fulton Inquiring Quilter said...

A bee mate in my hive recently requested that we make her blocks from your Dog Gone Cute pattern. She wanted us to be inspired by a pet. I own cats now, but when I was little, we had a dog named Shamrock (Sham for short). She had long floppy ears so I modified your pattern to make the block look more like her. I had so much fun looking at each of your doggie patterns, looking for one that looked like Sham! Your designs are wonderful.

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

love your Ducks in A Row - so cute!

Sandra Walker said...

WHAT a terrific idea for an I-spy, or a Matching game quilt! Her ducks one is adorable too! Such a rush for you, as the designer too I'll bet.

Bernie Kringel said...

The duck quilt is one of my favorite patterns of yours Lorna. I love it each time I see a finish with it!
Off to check on your destash efforts, even tho fabric is the last thing this girl needs!

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