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Hello Friends,  thanks so much for your get well wishes.  I am not feeling any better today, but I am hanging in there (by a thread, pun intended, ha!) Nonetheless, I am most excited to share with you my “joint venture” feature with Lynette Anderson in the latest issue of Popular Patchwork (April 2014), a UK publication!  A special thank you to Kay Harmon for constructing the quilt top so that I could jump right into quilting it.

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Lynette added the applique portion to my pieced design, and made the quilt into a really fun one!

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Here are more shots of the quilt:

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Mending Fences uses fabrics from Lynette Anderson’s Mending Fences fabrics.

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You may recall I already have two other featured quilts, both named Farm Crossing, made using fabrics from the same collection.  Click here, and here to view additional quilt photos, and for information on the magazines in which the quilts are featured.

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Now back to UK Popular Patchwork’s Mending Fences quilt… this quilt afforded me many opportunities to do some fun quilting.  The following pictures will show you what I mean.  Quilting is done using Aurifil Mako 50 cotton threads over Hobbs Tuscany Silk batting.  The quilting is done totally unmarked and free-handed.

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See what I mean about the quilting being “fun”?  Can you tell I thoroughly enjoyed the quilting the quilt?

There are many things I like about this quilt, but I think what I love best is the feel of coziness that permeates throughout.

Now, I am not sure where one could buy Popular Patchwork issues in the States. If you do, please let me know!

Thanks for stopping by.  I would love to hear your thoughts on this quilt.  Hugs to you all.

p.s.  I am still waiting for favorable weather conditions to take pictures of my other currently featured quilts.  Stay tuned for details.

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My 2014 lineup to date:

Annie’s Row Quilt Book (March 2014): Stardom

Fons & Porter’s Easy Quilts (Summer 2014): Teething Rings

Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting (January/February 2014): Hurry Home

McCall’s Quilting (January/February 2014): Spiral Squared

Popular Patchwork, UK (April 2014): Mending Fences

Quilt Trends (Winter 2014): Enchanted Forest

Quilt Trends (Winter 2014): Urban Stars

Quilter’s World (Spring 2014): Urban Oasis

Quilter’s World (Summer 2014): Starry Repetitions

The Quilter (December 2013/January 2014): Farm Crossing

The Quilter (December 2013/January 2014): Boxing Day

The Quilter (April/May 2014): All Squared Up

The Quilter (April/May 2014): Tulip Trail

January: Midori’s Place using Gramercy by Benartex

January: View on Lexington using Gramercy by Benartex

January: Everything’s Coming Up Rosey using English Rosey by Benartex

February: Verde (Quilt) by Quilting Treasures

February: Verde (Banner/Runner) by Quilting Treasures

March: Hot Topic by Quilting Treasures

March: Poseidon’s Adventure using Neptune’s Dream by Benartex

March: My Cozy Sweater using Palm Springs by Benartex

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Hello Friends, this is a super quick post as it’s Tuesday when I work at my other “day” job (Mom/chauffeur for extra-curricular activities).  Look what came in the mail – the fabrics for my Plain & Fancy BOM quilt!  Some shops are doing it as a BOM program, while some are selling the complete kits.  I got the kit, but will be showing you my progress on a month-by-month basis.

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The quilt sample that was shown at Quilt Market last Fall is now being shown at Quilt Events in Europe.  I wish there was a way I could tag along…

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Interested to be my Plain & Fancy stitching buddy?  Click here to see if your local quilt shop is participating.  If not, many shops are taking online orders for mail-order as well.  I still haven’t decided whether to do the pieced or applique version for the sashing blocks.  What do you think?

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Alrightie, Dear Friends!  I have to take off for now.  You have a lovely day, okay?

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Hello Friends, many of you have expressed wanting to see my Elephant Walk quilt, featured in the Winter 2013 issue of Quilter’s World.  So, I am more than happy to share with you about the quilt. :)

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This quilt symbolizes my little family, and is inspired by the family walks we take in the “made-believe woods” in the summer.  [Seriously, some of you will laugh me to scorn what we call "woods" here in the city, ha!]  Be that as it may, and please pay no attention to the “little elf/helper behind the curtain”…

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The quilt features chevron blocks, easily constructed using half-square-triangles…

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And strips…

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And simple appliqued elephant shapes.  You can add however many elephants you want to represent all your family members by adjusting the sizes of the elephants.

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Elephant Walk uses fabrics from Riley Blake‘s Madhuri fabric collection. As with all Riley Blake fabrics, Madhuri fabrics are simply cheerful and happy!

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I am thinking by now you just have to love the fabric I used for the binding.

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Quilting, as in construction of the entire quilt top, was done with Aurifil Mako 50 cotton thread over Hobbs Tuscany silk batting.  I am not sure if you could see it, but the quilting in my applique strip is done in sort of an ombre fashion with color changes for the quilting threads.  Can you see the transition from red to yellow to green etc?

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Here you see more quilting shots.

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The quilting in the last picture is seen more clearly on the quilt back.

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I am looking forward to the warmer days when we will be taking our walks again.

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Thank you for stopping by.  I hope you enjoyed seeing Elephant Walk.  Click here if you would like to see more Riley Blake happiness.

I wish you all a very lovely week! Lord willing, I will be sharing with you tomorrow my last 2013 magazine featured quilt.

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Have you had a chance to check out my other 2013 featured projects?

Better Homes and Garden American Patchwork & Quilting 2014 Calendar (Cover Quilt): Nature Walk

Annie’s Love Those Precuts Book (January 2013): Apple of My Eye

Annie’s Sweet Layer Cakes Book (April 2013): Sunburst Melody

Annie’s Fat Quarter Shuffle (October 2013): Persian Rug

Annie’s Fat Quarter Shuffle (October 2013): Starry Dance

Australian Quilters Companion (November 2013, Cover Quilt): Farm Crossing

Fons and Porter Easy Quilts (Spring 2013): Baubles, Baubles

Fons and Porter Easy Quilts (Summer 2013): Curious Cats

Fons and Porter Easy Quilts (Summer 2013): Fabrique Foursome

Fons and Porter Easy Quilts (Fall 2013): Interlock

Fons and Porter Easy Quilts (Winter 2013, Cover Quilt): Scrappy Jewel

Fons and Porter’s Love of Quilting (March/April 2013): Now I know my ABC’s

Machine Quilting Unlimited (March/April 2013): Quilting Curvy Feathers

QUILT (June/July 2013): Color Burst

QUILT (June/July 2013): Pattern Play

QUILT (August/September 2013): Enchanted Forest

QUILT (October/November 2013): Rise & Shine

Quilt-it…today (July/August 2013): Yay Day

Quilt Trends (Winter 2013, Cover Quilt): Tango

Quilt Trends (Fall 2013): Manhattan

Quilts and More (Spring 2013): 2 Wishes

Quilts and More (Spring 2013): Watercolor Sketches

Quilter’s World (February 2013): New Life

Quilter’s World (April 2013): Monkey Around

Quilter’s World (Summer 2013): Garden Mist

Quilter’s World (Autumn 2013): Christmas Cheer

Quilter’s World (Autumn 2013): Quilty Christmas Ornaments

Quilter’s World QUICK & EASY QUILTS (Spring 2013): In & Out

Quilter’s World QUICK & EASY QUILTS (Spring 2013): Garden Maze

Simple Quilts & Sewing (Spring 2013): Stained Glass

The Quilter (December 2012/January 2013): Not Too Square

The Quilter (April/May 2013): In the Meadow

The Quilter (August/September 2013): Rising Stars, Cover Quilt

The Quilter (Holiday 2013): Midnight Flurry

The Quilter (Holiday 2013): Winter Wonderland

The Quilter (December 2013/January 2014): Boxing Day

The Quilter (December 2013/January 2014): Farm Crossing

Benartex Free Pattern (March 2013): Pumpkin Patch/Autumn Fauna

Benartex Free Pattern (March 2013): Flora Linda/Catalina

Benartex Free Pattern (June 2013): Birds on a Wire using Let’s Tweet

Benartex Free Pattern (July 2013): Silver Lining using Urban Oasis

Benartex (August 2013): The Gallery using Floral Philosophy

Benartex (November 2013): Movement in Squares using Op Art Reflections

Benartex (November 2013): Princess Aiko using Cherry Blossom Festival

Benartex (November 2013): A Midtown Story using City Construction

Benartex (November 2013): It’s Electrifying using Electric Feathers

Benartex (November 2013): Space Odyssey using I Want My Space

Benartex (November 2013): To Eternity and Beyond using I Want My Space

Lecien Free Pattern, Lynette Anderson (April 2013): Forest Floor/Wildflower Wood

Lecien Free Pattern, Lynette Anderson (September 2013): Country Stars/Mending Fences

Quilting Treasures Free Pattern (January 2013): Mediterranean Dream

Quilting Treasures Free Pattern (February 2013): Butterfly Kisses

Quilting Treasures Free Pattern (June 2013): Simply Sweet using lief!Lifestyle

Quilting Treasures Free Pattern (July 2013): Rooster Royale

Quilting Treasures Free Pattern (October 2013): Moonflower

Quilting Treasures Free Pattern (October 2013): Tutu Cute

Quilting Treasures Free Pattern (December 2013): Petals

RJR Fabrics Free Pattern (May 2013): Nature’s Harmony/Silent Harmony

RJR Fabrics Free Pattern (May 2013): Tied with a Bow/A Gingerbread Christmas

RJR Fabrics Free Pattern (November 2013): Apple Jacks/Quilters Garden

RJR Fabrics Free Pattern (November 2013): Towne Square/Quilters Garden

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Happy Friday, Friends!  I hope you are well.  I had mentioned to you that I will have a series of free downloadable patterns to share with you in the near future… Princess Aiko is one!

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This sweet quilt is designed with Benartex‘s Cherry Blossom Festival fabrics.  I just love the fabrics – they are really SWEET for sure!

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The pinwheel blocks are used to symbolize the cascading cherry blossoms in the springtime when one stands under a fully blooming cherry blossom tree.

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Now, the REALLY fun twist in this design is none other than Princess Aiko herself.  Benartex is offering a three-dimensional doll panel in the collection to make a most adorable craft doll (16″ height).

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Instead of using the doll panel to make the softie doll (which would probably be a flop had I attempted it — because I simply can’t sew to save my life!), I used the front pieces of the Sakura doll for applique on the quilt top.  It is a fun use of doll panels if making a soft doll isn’t your thing to do.

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Click here to view full fabric range.  Fabrics are out now – so check your local quilt shops to purchase fabrics.  If you purchase your fabrics online, check www.quiltshops.com to see which stores carry the fabric line.

Click here to download pattern instructions.

Thanks for stopping by!  I hope you all have a lovely and blessed weekend!

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More 2013 free downloadable patterns designed by yours truly:

January: Mediterranean Dream (Quilting Treasures)
February: Butterfly Kisses (Quilting Treasures)
March: Pumpkin Patch using Autumn Fauna (Benartex)
March: Floral Linda using Catalina (Benartex)
April: Forest Floor using Wildflower Wood (Lecien/Lynette Anderson)
April: Nature’s Harmony using Silent Harmony (RJR Fabrics)
May: Tied With A Bow using A Gingerbread Christmas (RJR Fabrics)
June: Simply Sweet using lief!Lifestyle (Quilting Treasures)
June: Birds on a Wire using Let’s Tweet (Benartex)
July: Silver Lining using Urban Oasis (Benartex)
July: Rooster Royale (Quilting Treasures)
August: The Gallery using Floral Philosophy (Benartex)
September: Country Stars using Mending Fences (Lecien/Lynette Anderson)
October: Moonflower (Quilting Treasures)
October: Tutu Cute (Quilting Tresaures)
November: Movement in Squares using Op Art Reflections by Benartex

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Hello Friends, I am happy to share with you the news of an upcoming Quilting Treasures Block of the Month quilt program: Plain & Fancy.  So exciting!

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Plain & Fancy, designed by yours truly, can be made with or without applique.  It is 82″ x 82″ finished.

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Plain & Fancy debuted at Houston Fall Quilt Market last weekend.

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The following are the particulars of this BOM program:

1.  Release is scheduled for early next year (around February).  Mark in your calendar.

2.  Only available through quilt shops – the shops are starting to place their orders.  Check with your local quilt shops if they have placed their orders, or ask them to do so.  Contact your local quilt shops if you are interested in participating.

Here is a sneak peek of some of the fabrics that are included in the quilt!  These fabrics are GORGEOUS, or “go-jeous” as Miss Baby says it.

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I hope you will get as excited as I am about this quilt when it gets closer to February!  When I look at this quilt, I am reminded of my dear quilting friend, JoyceO, whose work you have seen here.

I hope you have liked what you saw.  Thanks for stopping by!  Hugs to you all.

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… with these fabrics from RJR Fabrics’ Holiday Dreams fabric line.  Click here to view the full fabric range.

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It’s funny how I don’t really think of myself as a “black” person when it comes to Christmas colors… but the proof is in the pudding as I looked back at my past Christmas quilts.

Starry Pursuit (Fons and Porter Easy Quilts, Winter 2011, Cover Quilt)

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Christmas Cheer (Quilter’s World, December 2009)

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Christmas Hospitality (Quilter’s World’s A Quilted Christmas, Fall 2011)

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Holiday Spinners (The Quilter, Holiday 2011)

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Coxcombs and Berries (The Quilter, December 2011/January 2012) – the “black” actually has a midnight blue hue in this quilt

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How about you?  Do you use any black in your Christmas quilts?  What are your favorite colors for Christmas quilts?

Thanks for stopping by.  Blessings to you all.

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Hello Friends, I am happy to share with you that little quilt at the corner of the cover of Quilter’s World‘s Summer 2013 Issue is designed and made by yours truly – it’s my Garden Mist quilt!

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This small wallhanging / table topper was a fun one to make because of the various techniques involved – regular piecing, my “faux” curve-piecing, fusible applique, and three dimensional yoyo flowers.  It was designed with “trying out techniques” in mind so that one can have experience in attempting the different techniques without having to make a big ol’ bed spread size quilt.

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My ‘faux” curve-piecing technique was achieved by applique-ing the orange peel pieces onto square blocks.  You can see the white I used is sheer, causing the background fabric to peek through the white, and thus giving the overall look a “misty” effect.  Click here and here for my previous posts on machine fusible applique.

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And here you see the yoyo three-dimensional flowers.  I just love these flowers made using Clover’s yoyo makers.  Click here and here to see the particular ones used to make the flowers.

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I also decided to use “other than green” fabrics for the leaves and stems.  I quite like the visual effect of using prints for stems.

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The fabrics used for this quilt are from Art Gallery Fabrics.  They have a nice selection of floral prints with a contemporary flair!  Check them out if you haven’t already.  The design of this quilt is meant for quilters to freely choose the fabrics they like to suit their own palette of choice.

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Now about the quilting – except for the straight line quilting, everything else is unmarked free-motion quilting.  As usual, the supplies used are Aurifil Mako 50 cotton thread over Hobbs Tuscany Silk batting.

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You can see the quilting is a mixture of pebbles and swirls, mixed in with a bit of McTavishing.  I covered the former two techniques individually in my online “Learn to Machine Quilt” class, and I combined both the motifs in quilting Garden Mist.  [Incidentally, I just checked and saw that Annie's is still offering the class at 50% off regular price.]

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This following shot was taken right when the sun was rising – you can see the sun rays peeking through in the top left corner.  I was able to sneak out for a little walk before my little family woke up.

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Thank you for stopping by.  I hope you have enjoyed my Garden Mist quilt.  Do tell me what you think of it.  Meanwhile, I am going back to work.  I have eight quilts to ship out in the near future.  I am on my second one….

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My 2013 lineup thus far besides “Garden Mist” – click on project names for more information:

Annie’s Love Those Precuts Book (January 2013):  Apple of My Eye

Annie’s Sweet Layer Cakes Book (April 2013): Sunburst Melody

Fons and Porter Easy Quilts (Spring 2013): Baubles, Baubles

Fons and Porter Easy Quilts (Summer 2013): Curious Cats

Fons and Porter Easy Quilts (Summer 2013): Fabrique Foursome

Fons and Porter’s Love of Quilting (March/April 2013):  Now I know my ABC’s

Machine Quilting Unlimited (March/April 2013): Quilting Curvy Feathers

QUILT (June/July 2013): Color Burst

QUILT (June/July 2013): Pattern Play

Quilt-it…today (July/August 2013): Yay Day

Quilt Trends (Winter 2013, Cover Quilt): Tango

Quilts and More (Spring 2013): 2 Wishes

Quilts and More (Spring 2013):  Watercolor Sketches

Quilter’s World (February 2013): New Life

Quilter’s World (April 2013): Monkey Around

Quilter’s World QUICK & EASY QUILTS (Spring 2013): In & Out

Quilter’s World QUICK & EASY QUILTS (Spring 2013): Garden Maze

Simple Quilts & Sewing (Spring 2013):  Stained Glass

The Quilter (December 2012/January 2013): Not Too Square

The Quilter (April/May 2013):  In the Meadow

Benartex Free Pattern (March 2013): Pumpkin Patch/Autumn Fauna

Benartex Free Pattern (March 2013): Flora Linda/Catalina

Lecien Free Pattern, Lynette Anderson (April 2013):  Forest Floor/Wildflower Wood

Quilting Treasures Free Pattern (January 2013): Mediterranean Dream

Quilting Treasures Free Pattern (February 2013): Butterfly Kisses

RJR Fabrics Free Pattern (May 2013): Nature’s Harmony/Silent Harmony

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Happy Friday, Friends!  I am excited to share with you another free downloadable pattern.   This 88″ x 88″ quilt is designed using Quilting Treasures’ newly released fabric line Mediterranean Dream.  Click here to see the full fabric range.  You might recall I just completed a quilt using fabrics from the same line, posted here.

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This quilt is both pieced and appliqued.

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It was fun to see the quilt design making appearances in…

an ad in The Quilter (Feb/March 2013),

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and in Hancock’s of Paducah’s early 2013 catalog.  You can also purchase the kit by clicking here.

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All that to say — I would love to see you make this quilt!!!  Click here to download the pattern for free.

Have a great weekend, dear Friends.  I will show you my “Iron Man” quilt next week – that’s what I have been working on all this week.

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Hello Friends, things are still a bit shaky at my end.  We are still recovering from our ailments.  But let’s not dwell on my trials and tribulations… Has anyone seen my Baubles, Baubles quilt, featured in the Spring 2013 issue of Fons and Porters’ Easy Quilts?

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This design uses Quilting Treasures’ Sausalito Fabric Collection, designed by Christine Graf.

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You might recall Christine Graf’s fabrics have made several appearances on Ivory Spring.  Toward the end of last year, I shared with you a free New York Beauty quilt pattern, designed with the same Sauslito fabrics.  Click here to download the pattern.

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A couple of days ago, I shared with you another free pattern designed with Christine’s Graf’s new line Butterfly Kisses.  Click here to download pattern.

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So, you can understand why I am most thrilled to add Baubles, Baubles to my “Christine Graf” repertoire of quilts.

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The blocks are constructed using machine fusible applique method, instead of the traditional curve piecing method.  Can you spot the tiny buttonhole stitches?  You may click here to read about the buttonhole stitches I use when I do machine fusible applique.

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Quilting was kept simple and tone-on-tone, quilted with Aurifil Mako 50 Cotton threads over Hobbs Tuscany Silk batt.

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This pattern is offered as a FREE bonus pattern on Fons and Porter’s website.  Click here to download the pattern instructions today!  You may also purchase the quilt kit here.

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I hope you have enjoyed my Baubles, Baubles quilt!  I am going to have to run to catch up on things I wasn’t able to do a few days ago.  At least I am up and about.  I will be late in writing/visiting you back.  Please know I appreciate your visit and your friendship!  Hugs to you all.

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Hello Friends,

I have enjoyed hearing from you – thanks for your sweet and kind words!  Some asked if things would slow down for me.   Answer is “unfortunately, no”.  There has been some shake-up in my schedule.  So I am getting right back into the abyss of craziness.  All I am hoping for right now is that I would be able to ship out a quilt early enough for me to enjoy Thanksgiving with our guests.  That’s how tight my schedule is going to look for the next seven days.

Anyway, here are the fabrics I used for the second quilt I had completed in the last few days.  They are from Art Gallery Fabrics’ Floressence collection.

Here is a sneak peek of the complete quilt.  Mmmm…. I have to say I like! :)

Thanks for stopping by!  I hope to show you another recently featured quilt either tomorrow or Friday.  Hugs and blessings to you all!

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Hello Friends, I hope you are doing well!  My Modern Country was returned to me amidst of all the chatter from you about feather quilting in my Learn to Machine Quilt online class giveaway post!  Perfect timing, eh?  Modern Country appears in Simply Solids, a newly released book by Annie’s.

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Modern Country is inspired by primitive quilts that are so dearly loved by many quilters, and adapted with a modern flair in that the colors are brighter than the traditional primitive palette.  I used all solids from RJR’s Cotton Supreme Solids collection.  Click here to see the full range of fabrics.

Quilting was done with Aurifil Mako 50 Cotton threads (different colors) over Hobbs Tuscany Silk batting.  Some of you have asked about my thought process in deciding how/what to quilt.  I will take the opportunity here to share a little how I decided to quilt this banner.

So, here goes… looking at a quilt top that is made of entirely solids — my first thought is dense quilting that adds interesting texture to the quilt.  Deciding what dense quilting motif to quilt is strictly a matter of personal preference.  I happen to love feather quilting, like really really really love!  So, it’s feathers for me!

Next comes the question of whether to quilt marked or unmarked feathers.  Oftentimes in my case, I go with free-form and unmarked feathers because of my time constraint.  I often do not have more than 6-8 hours to quilt a quilt.  So, I almost always go for unmarked feathers. I decided to unevenly distribute the feather so that the eye is drawn to look at the various parts of the banner.  I also quilted straight lines in the mid sections of the side borders to break up the feathers a little, again, for visual effect.  And so, you have the completed banner in the following image.

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Here are a few close-up shots of the quilting:

And here, you see close-ups of the birds with their respective sprig of berries.

I also took this super close-up shot of my quilting to show you why I like to quilt with Aurifil’s Mako 50 Cotton thread — I get virtually no thread building up despite stitching over some of the areas multiple times.  Click here to read more about my thoughts on threads.

Thanks for stopping by.  I hope you enjoyed looking at my Modern Country!  I am going back to work — on quilting feathers actually.  Talk about coincidence, eh? :)

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Hi Friends, here is another freebie for you – designed by yours truly for Benartex!   It comes in two colorways.

Click here to view the full range of the Star of Hope collection.

Click here to download the pattern instructions.

Stay tuned for my magazine feature quilt using some of these fabrics.

Sorry for the quick post, but I have got to run for now.  Talk to you later!

p.s.  Thanks for all of you who wrote and asked how we fared Sandy.  We are doing well — power is still on.

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