ROWS IN TRANSIT
Wednesday, August 5, 2015
It was nice to get second row in Kaarens Mystery quilt ccompleted before the next one comes out. It was wonderful to use those tiny fabric pieces in the row with 1 1/2 inch strips. I would not want to date how old some of those scraps were.
Just picking scraps ment some interesting combinations.
Adding quilts and trees added charm to the neighborhood in the first row of the "Clothesline Village"
Just have to bind these quilts I picked up yesterday.
The Bitty Boats are setting to sail.
This quilt was at the Northumberland Guild Quilt show last weekend. Just including it for inspiration.
Sew Have A Creative Day,
Thursday, July 23, 2015
It seems as if all I have been doing lately is building houses. This is a lovely Mystery Quilt Along by Kaaren of The Painted Quilt. It should be a great stash buster. Step # 2 has already been posted and Step # 1 is far from complete :)
The first row in a Clothesline Village. This appears monthly on the DOD Mystery blog.
I now have to stitch tiny quilts to hang between the houses in my village. And maybe trees. And maybe fix the pink house cause it looks like it is buldging at the foundation. And whoever hung the door lives in a slanted world! How come you can look at something a zillion times, not see anything wrong and then suddenly see its imperfections. At least I caught this before it was quilted.
The monthly QM Bitty Blocks from Quiltmaker for July are sailboats and at 3 inches they are tiny.
I think I will add this to the Row X Row quilt.
And I stitched pillow cases.
Have a great day stitching ,
Saturday, July 18, 2015
Row X Row
Wow !! Four months since my last post. Not that I have not thought about writing or been sewing... just was not in composing mode I guess.
I have been stitching and am currently working on rows featured in Row By Row Experience 2015. The theme for 2015 is water and there are such creative designs showing up in fabric stores in Canada and the United States. The patterns are free and fabric kits and license plates may be available for sale. Each store has an individual design personal to them.
My first row was from Atlantic Fabrics in New Glasgow. I'm loving the water theme.
A kit and a fabric license plate arrived from Quilting B & More in Charlottetown PEI after a trip across the Northumberland Strait thanks to a kind brother.
This design so mirrows the island look.
There is no set layout for the rows and I am too impatient to wait until I get more so I am just going to sash them and see what happens.
Row, Row, H-2-O let's go Sew Some Seams,
Merrily, Merrily, Merrily, Merrily quilting is a dream !
Friday, March 20, 2015
Welcome to the first day of spring and my day to share birdy creations. When I signed up weeks ago I thought SPRING and all the wonderful fresh beginnings it implied. In my little corner of the world - Atlantic Canada - we have been treated by nature to weeks of major blizzards and snowstorms and Nor'easters.
Looked in my stash and found lots of bird prints.
I took the quilt for a walk in my driveway this morning for pictures. I normally take pics on my clothesline but too much snow to reach it. These are taken in the banks beside the drive. They have reached 8 feet tall making it nearly impossible to shovel the snow. Lots of hours of shoveling to clear it this morning. But I did get the car out.
A mixture of winter and summer birds means lots of color. This was a real learning process because it is my first quilt-as -you-go.
The fabric featured on this hop is so pretty. Could not resist it when it appeared at the local fabric store.
First time I ever tried graphing letters.
These bright and perky birds cheered up the winter. You always need something when Xmas disappears.
A special thank you to Lana and MdmSamm for the time and energy they devoted to the Tree Bird hop. It is always so enlightening to see how many creative and unique projects are stitched. If you visit today's hoppers you will be impressed.
Friday, March 20
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