Welcome to another Put your foot down. Thank you everyone for making this possible by sharing all your quilty goodness week after week.
What’s under my foot?
Do you remember this quilt? I gifted it to my cousin Debra whom I’ve dubbed my #1 fan. She always has a kind word of encouragement when I share my projects on Facebook. In fact, I don’t think she has ever missed a quilt I have shared online. I loved everything about this quilt so I decided to make another in different colors and share a tutorial.
I know what you’re thinking, “there’s a lot of hst’s that make up this quilt”. If you have an AccuQuilt cutter you’ll show those finicky things who’s boss. If you don’t, I’ll be sharing my non paper method of making 8 hst’s at a time. So get your fabric ready and come back next Thursday for Put your foot down and the tutorial. It is a quick quilt to make and an elegant design, IMO. Besides that, what better way to break up the winter blues than a cheerful Tiger Lily Quilt? You could also make one 32″ block and use it as a medallion, that’s perfectly fine.
Something new to me, I am trying to find a good platform for sending my first ever newsletter and I am working on a qal idea. I haven’t done a quilt along since The Mosaic in 2018 I think it was. The plan is to send qal pattern through my newsletter. No start date has been set yet.
Would you be interested in joining a qal of my vertigo quilt?
The Island Batik “A Piece of…” blog hop is in it’s 2nd week. So if you haven’t stopped by their blog and entered for a chance to win a precut bundle it’s not too late. Click here to be taken to the Island Batik blog. There is a giveaway this week and next. You can also view the hop schedule with links to projects made by other Island Batik Ambassadors using the 11 new collections. Some ambassadors have fabric giveaways and I will be gifting 2 pdf Twilight patterns. Twilight is my newest foundation paper pieced pattern.
While you are on the IB blog why not click on the “store locator” to find a lqs in your area that carries Island Batik fabrics.
For the curious, here is another sneak peak of my hop quilt.
Your shares from #25
Safe Harbour Seahorses by Clever Chameleon is so elegant. If you’ve never made a SAS quilt before I will tell you, pulling this design off was not an easy task.
Donnaleeq shared a new project for her entry way. But Fred stole the show.
What’s under your foot?
The rules are simple. Any current crafty project is welcome, just please link back to my page (or grab the html code below) somewhere in your post.
Visit as many links as time allows. Most of all, have fun and make new friends. Be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom for weekly linkies I participate in.
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