Put your foot down #37

What’s under my foot

Welcome to Put your foot down #37. I hope you have found time to sew something to share with us today.

A LOT is under my foot! Last week in Put your foot down I shared one of the longest list’s of quilting projects I have ever had, that I remember anyway.  Some of which I cannot share just yet but I offer another sneak peak at my February Island Batik Blog Hop quilt for this month. see above

Then there is the AccuQuilt post, also this month. Once I learn the date of the post I will share with you. Here is a sneak peak at it:

accuquiltgo!, islandbatik, islandbatikambassador,


The updated list from last week


  • Start quilt for the Fall/Winter IB catalog due by April-waiting for fabric
  • Island Batik Blog Hop. I need to quilt this one. Quilted and waiting for binding.
  • Finish quilt using Quiet Shades and post on the AccuQuilt Blog. Complete.


  • For the time being only one project,  my monthly challenge for IB that I haven’t even considered yet.  Flimsy made


  • IB monthly challenge. No plans yet
  • AcchQuilt project and post on their blog. I have an idea.
  • Inventory Quilt Project.  For the love of geese quilt using Island Batik Stash Builders. Starting in April.

If you’d like to join the Inventory Quilt Project it’s still early. Join the Facebook group click on the logo below.

Your shares from #36

Gretchen’s Little Corner shared the start of a new quilt.  Forty-four 9 patch blocks that are 4 1/2″. I can’t wait to see it progress.

Pamela Quilts shared the  scaled down version of her May Roses Quilt, pattern details available in her post. Isn’t it lovely?

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


    1. I have them all on a list anyway. If UPS doesn’t deliver my package of fabric soon I am going to be WAY behind.

  1. Good morning, Denise! I didn’t quite make it over yesterday but am going in today. I love you sailboat block. The fabrics you chose are so pretty and calming. There can’t be any high seas in store for that block! Happy Friday to you and thanks for the link up party. ~smile~ Roseanne

    1. Thanks Roseanne. Yes the Quiet Shades collection is very calming and it was great for a baby quilt. Actually 2.

    1. This collection could not be better in my opinion. If you love earth tones you will for sure love it. I cant wait to share it.

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