Put your foot down #80

What’s under my foot?

Welcome to Put your foot down where can share your in progress and newest finishes and perhaps new friends.

A little progress was made since Monday with the addition of the last hst border and an outside border. I took last night off to give Enzo a bath and while I still had plenty of time to sew a little he requires some sucking up to and begging for forgiveness afterwards.

You can find the first post here.. The fabric was given to me as an Island Batik Ambassador, it’s Sunset Plumes with Custard for the background. I actually purchased a bolt of Custard because I love it so much and it’s the 2nd quilt in a row where I’ve used it as background fabric. Remember my Christmas Tree?


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Your shares from #79

Stop by Quilting & Learning to see the inspiration behind this piece. The is awesome, I love the texture the hand stitching created.

Michelle’s Spin Cycle blocks are so cheerful. Visit her at My Bijou Life.

What’s under your foot?

For the love of geese

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The rules are simple. Any current crafty project is welcome, just please link back to my page  (or grab the logo above) 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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  1. Hi Denise, I really love your medallion quilt. It’s a beauty 🙂 Thanks so much for featuring my piece. I really like the new look of your website. Take care.

  2. Your Medallion quilt is going to be stunning when you finish it!

  3. Your quilt is absolutely beautiful! And thank you for the shout out!


  4. Your medallion is stunning! It looks so complicated.

  5. Dione Gardner-Stephen
    Dione Gardner-Stephen

    I came for your previous post, and of course had to skip ahead to see the next installment. This challenge really suits you, I can’t think of anyone better to do a medallion quilt for Island Batik. Pretty colours and stunning work as always.

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