Put your foot down #44

What’s under my foot

Welcome to Put your foot down. There has been a lot passing under my foot recently and I can finally say, “my to-do list has narrowed drastically” and I’m right on schedule for beginning the Inventory Quilt.  Both small projects for the IB March Challenge are complete, binding and all. The April Island Batik AccuQuilt is finished and the post is scheduled to go live on the AQ Blog April 22nd.  I have also scheduled a post here for the same day and I will be giving away 10″ squares to one lucky reader.

Thank you all for returning each week to share your quilty goodness. Not only is it inspiring but has been educational as well.

Your shares from #43

Gretchen’s Little Corner shared Stars Around The Garden

Isn’t this mini adorable from Karen’s Korner?


The Inventory Quilt Project. Click the logo to be taken to the FB group. My month is April and we will be making For the love of geese. Through the end of the month you can save 40% off the pattern in my Etsy Shop by using code INVENTORYQUILT.   Beginning April 1st I will be creating a new paper piecing tutorial and I invite you to come back,  ask questions or point out what I have failed to make clear in the post.  That post will then be edited with your suggestions and answers to questions and I will drop your name into a bucket for a giveaway at the end of the month.

If you are looking for something to do during your shelter in place, hop over to Quilting Gail’s site and read about her Round Robin.

If you have any Quilty Happenings going on and would like me to share them here sent me a message through my contact form.

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. Weeell…I haven’t looked beyond April yet. Just want to enjoy some laid back sewing for the first part of April, as laid back as I can get with writing a new tutorial on how I pp using strips.

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