Thursday, December 30, 2010

Frosty windows and icy roads

Hello from the world of snow. We've had a ton of snow and ice. Our record so far this winter has been 22" in 24 hours. I love to see the trees covered in snow and all crystallized looking. So I am staying home and sewing and planning new quilts. I also got the cleaning bug, so I have been staying up late and going through boxes and cleaning out drawers. School is still out so kids are getting restless because it's just to stinking cold to be outside. I'm looking forward to the new year and what fun lies ahead. Be careful and safe as you celebrate. Blog to you soon. Until then be happy, life is a blessing.

Thursday, December 23, 2010

Merry Christmas!

Happy Holidays, Seasons Greetings. Thank you for all the comments and encouragement that ya'll have given me over the last year. May you have a wonderful Christmas, while enjoying family and friends. I look froward to the new year and what lies ahead. May all your Christmas be merry, bright and full of the holiday spirit.

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Sassafras made by Krista

It's Sassafras! How cute is this??!! This was made by Krista, her very first quilt. She did a awesome job. She used the fabric line "Park Avenue" by Moda. Instead of blanket stitching around the flowers, she stitched 1/4 inch from the raw edge, that way when the quilt is washed, the edges will fray up a bit and add a nice soft touch to the quilt. I LOVE it!!! And of course Brandie did the quilting, which is always wonderful.

Friday, December 17, 2010

Let it Snow..

Seasonal Skinnies Too is the $5 Friday pick. Perfect for the upcoming holidays. Which are just around the corner. I hope ya'll have a great weekend and you can get all your shopping, wrapping and baking done. My shopping is done, I just need to do all my wrapping and baking.

Saturday, December 11, 2010

My new look...

Don't think you're in the wrong place...Hey there, it's me.. really! I changed things up a bit. Tell me what ya'll think. I need to get a new logo too, and this blog template inspired me, so I started here changing my blog. I hope you like it. I love it!! My logo is coming next. I should be sewing since I have a ton to do, but I thought well, I'll take a minute and do this. It's so much more cheery then the one I had before and right now with all this cold weather, cheery is good. Back to work. Have a fabulous weekend. Life is wonderful!

Friday, December 10, 2010

Good Morning

Chatterbox is the pick for $5 Friday. Go to my Etsy shop and buy. I would love to see what ya'll do with this pattern, so send me a photo when you're done so I can post it. Remember, the "On the Farm" sale is going go on until Dec 17. Don't wait too long or all the kits will be gone! Have a fabulous weekend and enjoy this wonderful holiday season. Life is great!

Thursday, December 9, 2010

This little piggy is going to Market!!!

WoooHoo! I'm going to International Quilt Market in May 2011. Can you believe it!! I'm so excited I can't stand it. May will be here before I know it, there is so much to do to get ready. Luckily I have a great friend , Emily from Crazy Old Ladies, that is putting up with my billion and one questions. It's hard to sleep at night because I have so many ideas popping around in my head, like which new patterns do I do? what should my booth decoration look like? What am I going to make for dinner tomorrow? You know things like that. CRAZY!! I will tell you that I'm going to use the new line of fabric by Deb Strain called Fresh Flowers for a main part of my quilts at market. The line is absolutely awesome. To see it go to the Moda website and view the new fabrics coming in January.

Friday, December 3, 2010

Free Pattern.....

Get the "On the Farm" quiet book pattern
when you buy the "On the Farm" quiet book kit!!!!

This sale will only last from, Dec 3 - 17. I only have a limited amount of kits, so once they're gone, that's it. Go to my Etsy shop and buy the kit, and I will ship you the FREE pattern!!!

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Valentines Day !?!

Here it is!!! "Lots of Love ". What do ya'll think?? I used an older fabric line for this one, plus of course pieces from my stash. I found some of the fabrics at the Cotton Shop in Provo and ordered some on-line. This is a wall quilt that measures 30"x42". So this a perfect project, not too big and not too small. I do hope ya'll had a great Thanksgiving holiday. I know I did, I took a break from the crazy hectic life and enjoyed my family for the week. Well now I'm back in the saddle again. Watch for more new and exciting quilts coming soon... until then, happy holidays and happy sewing.