Wednesday, May 19, 2010

More Bar Harbor

With the florals from this fabric line (Bar Harbor by Minick and Simpson for Moda) charm pack I made this little table topper (18" x 29") that is posted for sale.

(Diane, you should recognize this project since you were here for the start of it and are at least partially to blame! hehe. also at least partially to blame for that massive Arcadia purchase.)

The "non-florals" were used here.
I really enjoyed this fabric line.
Up next... ARCADIA!!!
It's already in the works (and if I wasn't lazy I would show you my progress).

Monday, May 17, 2010

A little more Kashmir... IV.

I just couldn't get enough so I whipped this one up last night and put the binding on this morning... 35" x 41".
My day is already better with this to look at!

Sunday, May 16, 2010

The sun was out... for two minutes.

The sun has been absent for days now... and pictures of quilts in terrible lighting make them look terrible.
So I can finally share this one with you (and list it in the shop)!
It's an oversized baby quilt - 43" x 57" and it's just dreamy!
Ahhhh, pretty fabric!
So feminine!
I really liked the binding right on the edge of the blocks without borders for this one.
Seriously, I've been stashing this fabric for a while... refusing to cut into the sweetness.
Some more quilty things with this fabric will be coming soon to the shop soon.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Ready for summer yet?

I'm ready for the spring season to be over as "allergy season" should be it's name.
I made this one a week ago... but it took me this long to get it posted.
I have plenty of excuses for the slowness of my online life this last week...
but i'll spare you for the time being.

This little appliqued table runner is 28" x 20" and is fabric from Bar Harbor by Minick and Simpson for Moda...
I just saw these fabrics and instantly saw the future project from it.
I love it when that happens! It's in the shop (with more pictures) too.

Sunday, May 2, 2010

I've been a very busy girl!

My sewing this weekend... Make Life (Sweetwater) HAD to be one of them.
Serene "Beach" batik fabrics... ahhhh...

And a little Verna (Kate Spain) brightens everyone's day!
One beautiful fabric!
The whole thing. Love.
I love quilting. Good thing I have a shop so I'm not buried in quilts! I'm sure I will be anyway someday...