Put your foot down #17

What’s under my foot?

Week 17, really?  Time flies when you’re having fun. Monday I shared my progress on the commissioned quilt, you can view it here. In the same post I shared my SAS (using the AccuQuilt SAS die) finish and my sisters quilt top.

One of my patterns has been accepted for the Island Batik Spring 2020 catalog and the fabric arrived Tuesday. The IB fabrics for it are glorious, I wish I could share them with you. Pattern and templates are printed and I am ready to get started.

I’ve also been working on custom quilt labels. Here are 2 of the many designs I came up with. They’re okay but not really what I want so I’ll continue to work on a few other ideas I have in the works.

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The “My favorite quilt block” blog hop is winding down and my stop is tomorrow. A list of links for the participating blogs can be found on my Monday post or by clicking the logo.

fortheloveofgeese, bloghop

Shares from last week

Do you like applique? Dione at Clever Chameleon shared her Ogre. from the Once Upon A Story Row-Along. She also hosts a free QAL called Love with a Twist, that’s applique balloon animals. They are adorable.

Yvonne from Sew Yummy shared this interesting star called Rainbow Swirl from the Quilting Co.

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.

For the love of geese

Island Batik Ambassadors Links


  1. Good luck with the labels! I have thought of doing that, but just do little sew in ones right now. I need to start working on my IB catalog quilt, too. Just got the fabric Wednesday – washing it today.

    1. I am so close to finishing the commissioned quilt that I can’t stop now. The top will be complete no later than tomorrow evening. My quilt be started on sunday. If I come up with a design you like let me know and I will send you a file to upload to spoonflower.

  2. Hi Denise! I look forward to seeing your other label designs. I agree with Sandie – you need to incorporate your brand in the label somehow. How cool that your pattern has been accepted by IB. I look forward to seeing and hearing more about that. ~smile~ Roseanne

  3. Since you love geese and often have them in your quilts why don’t you use your sewing machine with geese logo on your label or a border of geese?

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