24 October 2018

Let's Bee Social #247

NAILED IT quilt pattern
Welcome to the Let's Bee Social!

This past week was a whirlwind.

I finished testing the Screw This quilt and also wrote and tested the pattern for Nailed It!




I had a hard time deciding what fabrics to choose. I really wanted to go with the rainbow colourway. But finally decided on fabrics to suit this last mock up.




Quilt finishes at 44” x 55” or 88” x 110” 
Hammer blocks finish at 6” x 10” or 12” x 20”

NAILED IT is available here in my shop!!!!





While I am SCREWING around HAMMERING out these quilts, I am also HAVING A SALE!!!!!


SPOOKTACULAR SAVINGS!!!

Please drop by my shop to save 50% off all PDF patterns until the end of the month!






Now... It's your turn for Show and Tell!!!
What have you been working on?



















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20 comments:

Frédérique said...

Fun colorful hammers!

KaHolly said...

Brilliant, Lorna! Next time I need a quilt for the male species, I know just where to shop for my pattern.

Podunk Pretties said...

As soon as I saw this I thought of my hubby...Mr. Fixit! Such a cute idea for a "guy" quilt.

Jan Snell said...

Lorna, you have certainly nailed it while screwing around. These patterns are perfect for big and little ‘workers’, as my grandson calls anyone who handles a tool. Loved your presentation at the EVQ meeting last month. Lots of enthusiasm for your designs and quilts. Thanks, Jan janice.snell@gmail.com

Stitchin At Home said...

Love your new patterns! What great ideas for men!

Jayne said...

If all tools were rainbow colored...it might make me want to take up woodworking! You are so creative!!

Shasta Matova said...

Lorna! Your hammers quilt is so adorable! I love how your mind works. When I first saw tools on a quilt (The 1857 quilt which was part of a quiltalong), I thought it looked strange, but on yours it looks so wonderful and natural. The 1857 quilt had a bunch of different tools in a couple of blocks, and another one with gardening supplies.

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

That is sew cute! Several ladies in my large quilt guild have made your giraffes for baby quilts. I just bought it, since I have several baby quilts that I need to make. I even have the giraffe faux fur for the back.

Bernie Kringel said...

Lorna, this is a great quilt for a builder or home fix-it guy, It would be really fun with some sort of measuring fabric fussy cut for the strip underneath the hammer. Just perfect!!

Preeti said...

Nailed, Hammered and Screwed - what is not to love? I am sure it will make folks smile at least if not make them laugh out loud!!!

works4me said...

Your Nailed It quilts all look great. My mind is saying use more natural colours but my heart is saying brights all the way. :)

Leanne Parsons said...

I love these tool quilts, Lorna! They are so fun and fill a real gap in the quilt pattern world :)

Kathi Riemer said...

Another tool quilt! I love it!

Vicki in MN said...

You have certainly found your niche-designing such fun quilt patterns! You certainly did Nail it:)

Unknown said...

I really think you hit the nail on the head with this one ;)

Kerry said...

I do love these toolbox quilts!

Anja @ Anja Quilts said...

You nailed it. LOL Your creativity is amazing.

Clipping Path said...

I'm personally a big fan of sewfreshquilts blog. Thanks for sharing this post.

Margie Dotson said...

Hammer quilts are really neat. Great for a guy who's handy. I'm really wondering about the witch's hats shown in the 50% off ebook sale ad. I did a search on the blog, but didn't find patterns for them. Are there patterns for them? The giraffes really look cute in them.

Mom of Three Quilter said...

I just LOVE this hammer quilt! You are SO CREATIVE! Thank you for sharing with us!

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