#ThisLittleLightSAL Assignment #5

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Hello Friends, it’s time to sing and sew This Little Light again!

If you are just now hearing about this, the details are HERE – be sure to scroll down in that post to see the color options, as well as layout options if you don’t want to make all 9 blocks.

Truly, time does go fast, doesn’t it? If you are following/sewing along This Little Light, we are on our last step in making our blocks today. It’s quite exciting.

I have a confession – last time I told you I couldn’t stop making the blocks. I actually got so excited seeing the completed blocks come together, and actually already finished the top.

The top is being quilted as we speak. Here is a screenshot of the texts exchanged between my quilter Darlene and myself yesterday.

If you are sewing along, please use #thislittlelightSAL when sharing your quilt pictures on social media.

Previous posts

Oct 11: Click HERE.

Oct 19: Click HERE.

Oct 29: Click HERE.

Nov 9: Click HERE.

Pattern & Kits

I am using Moda’s Poinsettia Plaza fabrics to make my quilt.

Click HERE or HERE to purchase the kit, or if you want to take a better look at the fabrics.

Click HERE if you want to purchase just the pattern from my Etsy shop.

Today’s assignment is to make the tails of the bow units – and then you will be able to sew all the units to complete your blocks! As I said, it’s VERY exciting!

Tips & Thoughts for today’s units:

#1. The tips I shared last week in making the bow loops and having all the points come out right still work. Be sure to read last week’s tips if you haven’t.

#2. Again, when working with small units – be patient and slow, cut accurately, and press with a dry iron!

#3. Also, for the tail units, I found that pressing the fabrics in the opposite directions for those two identical stripe units used in the tail unit helped cut down the bulk.

And that’s it for today. Happy sewing, and let’s meet again on 12/1 for our final part. I think (hope) I will have the completed quilt to show you! This Little Light is going down as one of the favorite projects I have made in 2022, and I have made close to 40?! this year alone.

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COLOR DANCE BOM Month 2

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Hello Friends – today is the day I start working on the Color Dance BOM quilt. If you are just now hearing about it, HERE are the details. This is a 6-month BOM program. I will be posting the blocks I make on the 17th of each month.

You may read about Month 1 if you missed it HERE.

SPECIAL NOTE ON PATTERN/KIT:

COLOR DANCE is a special BOM, exclusively designed for QT Fabrics. The only way to access the pattern is through purchasing the kits from participating shops! So, check with your local shops to see if they are participating in the Color Dance program. Also, the BOM program might not happen at the same time as I am running the sewalong. So, you may just follow along until you are able to get your hands on the kits/fabrics.

FEEL FREE TO EMAIL ME AT WENDY2@WENDYSHEPPARD IF YOU ARE CURIOUS IF YOUR LOCAL AREA QUILT SHOPS ARE PART OF THIS PROGRAM.

SO FAR, I see that JKQuilts is selling the entire kit (bright version) HERE.

My friend Diane also alerted me that Woodside Quilting in IA is selling the kit as well. In fact, she was cutting the kits a couple of weeks when she texted me. Click HERE for the link.

I am also seeing kits are being sold on Etsy HERE.

SKILL LEVEL – WIN WIN for all skill levels

This is meant to be a beginner friendly project, as well as a seasoned quilter friendly project. A beginner will learn that if one masters the art of making half-square-triangle units (HST), one is more than half way to being able to make 65% of the quilt designs out there happen. And a beginner is able to accomplish a project that doesn’t exactly look like a beginner project.

For a seasoned quilter, sometimes, one might just want something simple with an interesting visual effect. Color Dance is such a quilt.

HERE ARE MY MONTH 2 BLOCKS

A FEW THOUGHTS

1. The reason I included more pinwheel units in Month 2 is for practice. Last month, we made large pinwheels, and this month, we are making the pinwheels smaller. Over the years, I find that making the same unit over and over again, while paying close attention to what works and what doesn’t for me, helps make me achieve more accurate piecing.

2. Some commented on my straight seams. I like to finger press my seams in the desired direction FIRST before using a hot dry iron to set my seams. I find that my fingers get a better feel where the seam line actually is when I flip the fabric to the right side instead of the plate on the iron. Give it a try if you haven’t, and let me know if your seams turn up straighter. :)

That’s it for Color Dance BOM Month 1. I will see you again on December 17 to work on Month 3 blocks.

Have a great week!

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2-Cent Tuesday & Sewalongs!

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Hello Friends, it’s looking like it’s another busy week, but I am not complaining!

FIRST OF ALL – thank you to those of you who have purchased the #crockpotweekend sewalong kits from Fort Worth Fabrics Studio. Jodie is a lovely lady! We had missed each other at Quilt Market a few years ago, and we always talk about having to meet up for coffee when we are both at Market again! Click HERE if you missed my announcement post on the #crockpotweekend sewalong. Click HERE if you want to purchase the kit from Jodie. I thought the kit is priced very reasonably. I have purchased from Jodie in the past, and always appreciated her prompt and very professional (yet personal) service!

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And I totally BLUE it this week — because I am joining in the #SimplyStarsQAL, hosted by Fat Quarter Shop. This quilt along looks to be another one that is of low demand, and it uses only 1/2 yard cuts. CLICK HERE TO READ ABOUT IT. Tomorrow is when I share my first blocks on Instagram. So, be sure to check out just how badly I blue it. [VERY LAME JOKE alert!]

Of course, you have seen my blues. I actually started collecting English blue pieces when I was in college. I never was into clothes, or anything else — except British transferware when I was in college.

So, if you decide to sew along, and want to use the blues I am using, HERE is the link for the fabrics. And of course, for those who are interested in my blue thread collection, you can read all about it HERE. HERE is the link to purchase the threads from Fat Quarter Shop.

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I am happy to announce the winner of last week’s destash opportunity is Charlotte Betts. An email will be sent to you, Charlotte. Thank you all for offering to help me destash. I didn’t have time to get ready for another de-stash opportunity. But please be sure there will be one in the near future.

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And for this week’s 2-cents: I know when piecing a quilt, one doesn’t normally do back stitches. Over the recent years, I started back-stitching just a little bit when I piece the outer border strips, and when I attach the outer border strips to the quilt center. That way, the stitches don’t come un-done when the quilt top is being handled. I have had experience where the stitches come off, and it’s annoying to have to go back to the machine and secure those stitches.

That’s my 2-cents. It’s your turn to share yours.

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Thank you for stopping by! I wish you a lovely rest of your week.

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Announcing the #CROCKPOTWEEKEND Sewalong

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Hello Friends, I hope you had a good weekend. It was quite nippy and windy here! Some of you who know me know that I am not exactly crazy about cooking. I’d always rather clean than cook. So in the last few years I have started making one-pot meals, or dump meals with my crockpot.

SO – I hope you will save the dates Jan 27-29, 2023. We are going to have a virtucal #Crockpot Weekend Sewalong!

My sewalongs are NEVER demanding. So, during the weekend of Jan 27-29, we will just be make a simple quilt with a charm pack and background fabric using P&B Textiles’ Au Naturel fabric line. Click HERE to see this charming neutral line. This is TRULY a pretty line, especially if you like small prints like I do. Take a look at that cream dandelion fabric – that is such a beautiful fabric to be used as a background fabric, isn’t it?

We will be making this quilt. This quilt finishes at 36″ x 36″ – perfect for a baby quilt, car quilt, a small throw quilt, or even a wheel chair lap quilt. Materials list follows. Note: Fabric A includes binding.

CHECK WITH YOUR LOCAL QUILT SHOPS NOW TO SEE IF THEY ARE CARRYING THE KITS! I will see about posting the list of shops that carry the kits here soon!

You may preorder the kits from Fort Worth Fabrics Studio HERE!

Coming off the holidays, I thought it might be fun to kick off another year of quilting adventures with an easy quilt that you can make either for yourself, or a quilt you can save as a gift for someone in 2023.

So, we will get our meals made with our crockpot so that we can sit down and sew through the weekend. And we will only spend a couple of hours a day during that weekend to sew. I know that’s all I can do because I usually clean on Saturdays! :-)

Friday (Jan 27): Evening – we will start making the HST units.

Saturday (Jan 28): We will finish making and trimming HST units, and start to put sew the rows together.

Sunday (Jan 29): Completing quilt top

See how non-demanding this sewalong is? I imagine some of you might even be able to quilt and bind the quilt!

What is fun is that I will be checking in with you with regular updates on my blog, as well as Instagram stories, through the weekend!

SO — between now and first of Jan, please send me links of your favorite crock pot recipes! I will try them out, and share 5 of my favorites to get ready for the sewalong! I will be making them that weekend to feed my crew so I can sew. :-)

I hope you will join me for the sewalong! I hope this has been of some interest to you… and with that, I wish you a lovely week ahead!

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#ThisLittleLightSAL Assignment #4

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Hello Friends, it’s time to sing and sew This Little Light again!

If you are just now hearing about this, the details are HERE – be sure to scroll down in that post to see the color options, as well as layout options if you don’t want to make all 9 blocks.

Truly, time does go fast, doesn’t it? If you are following/sewing along This Little Light, we are just one more assignment away from being able to complete the blocks!

This is one quilt where I can’t stop making the blocks! It’s so very exciting to see each block come together!

If you are sewing along, please use #thislittlelightSAL when sharing your quilt pictures on social media.

Previous posts

Oct 11: Click HERE.

Oct 19: Click HERE.

Oct 29: Click HERE.

Pattern & Kits

I am using Moda’s Poinsettia Plaza fabrics to make my quilt.

Click HERE or HERE to purchase the kit, or if you want to take a better look at the fabrics.

Click HERE if you want to purchase just the pattern from my Etsy shop.

Today’s assignment is to make the bow unit, as shown below. So you will make steps 1-12 on pages 3-4.

If extra care is taken at a few spots during piecing, this unit will look spectacular! I have circled the spots below. Read on beyond that for my tips.

Tips & Thoughts on working with today’s units:

#1. These are small pieces – be sure your cutting is accurate! A little inaccuracy is a huge deal when handling small pieces.

#2. Be sure to sew slowly, and piece accurately as well.

#3. I piece my seams open. And when I pin my pieces together where a diagonal seam meets with another seam, I pull back the top piece at 1/4″ to make sure that when I sew at 1/4″ seam allowance, the seams will indeed meet up nicely. Then I stick a very fine pin at where the seams meet. I leave the pin in when sewing over the pin — I take this step VERY slowly, and actually just use the hand wheel on my machine to get the machine needle to glide over the pin so I don’t accidently sew on the pin!

And that’s it for today. Let’s meet again on 11/19 for the next part!

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2-Cent Tuesday & De-stash opportunity!

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Hello Friends, I hope you have been well! It’s been another busy week for me. And I have quite a bit to accomplish before the weekend. But’s it’s nice to pop back in to visit with you for a little before I go back to sewing!

Are you doing any Christmas sewing this year? In case you are still looking for a Christmas quilt project, how about Christmas Morning? Christmas Morning has received warm responses on Instagram, and I thought I would share it here too. Click HERE to purchase pattern.

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And de-stash opportunity is BACK! This week’s destash opportunity is a mix of more Christmas-themed batiks and a whole bunch of greens I have collected over the years. if you are interested in the fabrics, please leave a comment if you are interested in entering this destash opportunity. US address ONLY please! I will pick a winner next Tuesday. Winner agrees to send me a check for $50. I will announce the winner next week.

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And for my 2-cents this week:

108″ wide back fabrics are WONDERFUL for prepping a quilt sandwich for quilting quickly! The wide backs save you from having to piece your quilt backing fabric. And there are SO many pretty ones out there these days! Click HERE to view a sampling of what’s out there.

That’s it from me today. It’s your turn to share your 2-cents. Have a great rest of your week!

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2-Cent Tuesday (One Day Late)

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Hello Friends, I hope you have had a good week, and are doing well. It’s been a zoo at my end, and yesterday just slipped away without me knowing.

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Let’s announce last week’s giveaway before we go any further… winner is Barbara Ferris! An email is on its way to you, Barbara. :)

And thank you to all who have offered to help me destash. I have MORE batiks to share. I have decided to de-stash ALL my batiks to make room. I didn’t have time earlier this week to get ready my stash to snap a picture. But hopefully next week. I think I have told you my sewing room is on the small side. I am by no means complaining, but I do need to make room for upcoming projects.

ALL THAT TO SAY IS — keep your eye out whenever it’s time for 2-Cent Tuesday. I will share de-stash items whenever I get my things ready!

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For my 2-cents this week:

I use pins to not just mark the direction of a block if the direction is important, I also use pins to mark “the right side” of the solid fabrics when I am making binding strips with solids. Sometimes the directions to sew may be confusing when making binding strip with solids. So I use a pin to make the designated “right side”. I use this little trick, and no confusion anymore!

That’s it from me — it’s now your turn! :)

Have a lovely rest of your week.

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Norfolk Sampler QAL – Check in #10

Hello Friends, today is our SECOND LAST check-in for Norfolk Sampler Quilt Along! Can you believe we are on our 10th month? Give yourself a pat on the shoulder if you are still sewing along! I am loving all the sightings on Instagram. There are actually quite a few finishes already. Just do a search on #norfolksampler2022, and see what quilters have done! And on that note, if you post on Instagram, ALWAYS add hashtag #norfolksampler2022 and #wendysheppard so that we can all oooh and aaah over your blocks!

SHARE YOUR PROGRESS PICTURES – ANY PROGRESS PICTURES WILL WORK!

The instructions for the last two blocks of Norfolk quilt are in Quilters World Winter 2022 issue. You may purchase the issue HERE if you aren’t already a subscriber.

If you are just now hearing about the sewalong, you may read about all things Norfolk quilt HERE. If want to still make the quilt, all you need to do is to purchase the FOUR Quilters World issues from 2022, and you will have the complete pattern to make your own Norfolk quilt.

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Here are my Block 7 blocks — I am using a One Fine Day FQ Bundle (by Moda) to make my quiltalong quilt.

You may purchase the FQ bundle HERE.

And we are just about there, my Friends! See you on Nov 31 when we can celebrate finishing a whole year of sewing together!! Are you as excited as I am?

That’s it for today. Have a great week!

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#ThisLittleLightSAL Assignment #3

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Hello Friends, it’s time to sing and sew This Little Light again! I hope you were able to sew a test block for last week’s assignment. It’s totally fine if you didn’t, and just want to follow my schedule to sew up all the 9 blocks for this quilt.

If you are just now hearing about this, the details are HERE – be sure to scroll down in that post to see the color options, as well as layout options if you don’t want to make all 9 blocks.

If you are sewing along, please use #thislittlelightSAL when sharing your quilt pictures on social media.

Previous posts

Oct 11: Click HERE.

Oct 19: Click HERE.

Pattern & Kits

I am using Moda’s Poinsettia Plaza fabrics to make my quilt.

Click HERE or HERE to purchase the kit, or if you want to take a better look at the fabrics.

Click HERE if you want to purchase just the pattern from my Etsy shop.

Today’s assignment is to frame in the candles we made last week with the green and black fabrics (if you are following the colors of my original coloring). This design is 100% fabric-independent — you may choose any fabrics you wish to use, and the final look will still look fabulous!

YOU MAY CHOOSE TO MAKE YOUR BLOCK IN ANY ORDER YOU WISH, which might be different from the order I am showing for this sewalong.

So, you will construct the following unit in the order:

Page 6 – Step 9

Page 6 – Step 11

Page 6 – step 10

Page 5 – step 1

Remember I am using this sewalong to demonstrate how quilt blocks can be sewn out of order compared to what is written in a pattern — in order to illustrate the point that YOU are the boss of the pattern. There really is no wrong or right way, just a favorite way to do things when it comes to quilting.

TIP & THOUGHTS on working with small pieces in today’s assignment:

#1. Do not use steam when pressing. Finger press as much as you can before you press down a unit with a hot dry iron to flatten a unit.

#2. The grate unit (page 5, step 1) will be wonky if you construct from left to right. What I like to do is to make 2 short units, and then, join the units in the middle. Then, you have a better chance with a not so wonky unit.

#3. When pressing the unit, you may get a straight edge, and get the sewn unit right up to the edge, and pin the unit in place on your iron board. Then, press with the hot iron to set in the shape of the unit.

43. You know the two long and thin green strips that are to be sewn to the opposite long sides of the grate unit (in #2), I cut them 1/8″ wider. After piecing, I actually finger press the seams FIRST before pressing with a hot dry iron. THEN, I take that to the cutting area, and trim off excess. That allows me to get a uniform wideth from those tiny strips. So if you are doing this to the green long strips, be sure to measure 3/4″ from the seam and trim off the excess.

And there you have it. You will have till 11/9 to frame up the candle units for 9 blocks. Assignment #3 will get more interesting with more small pieces. But like I always tell quilters, working with small pieces is like working with larger pieces, dollhouse edition!

That’s it for #thislittlelightSAL – have a great weekend!

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New Quilt History Book

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Hello Friends, I hope you have had a good day!

I was recently sent a new quilt history book. I thought I would share you information how to access the book in case you are one who collects quilt history books.

UNCOVERED – the Ken Burns Collection is available at River Front Museum’s website HERE. You may use KEN20 for a 20% discount.

If you are an international quilter, please email beson@peoriariverfrontmuseum.org for assistance.

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I thought the book shows quilts of various styles.

This particular quilt caught my attention! I have started recently using colors beside black, gray, white and cream for background. And here is an antique quilt using blue as background! Truly, nothing is invented that isn’t already been used from the past – it seems like. :)

That’s it for now. I hope you have a lovely rest of your week!

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2-Cent Tuesday

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Hello Friends, I hope you are well! It’s been crazy busy at my end, and it will only get busier as I work on a special project on top of what I normally do. I will be sharing sneak peeks here and there on Instagram. So be sure to follow me there.

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Let’s announce last week’s giveaway before we go any further… winner is Kattails…Kathy in WV! An email is on its way to you, Kathy. :)

And thank you to all who have offered to help me destash. I have MORE batiks to share this week. This week’s batiks are large pieces — tonal as well as prints! Take a look at the picture for the samplings. You will get every one of these fabrics + more (if I have more room in the box).

Anyway, if you are interested in the fabrics, please leave a comment if you are interested in entering this destash opportunity. US address ONLY please! I will pick a winner next Tuesday. Winner agrees to send me a check for $50. I will announce the winner next week.

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And for my 2-cents this week, and I am quite chagrined to admit that I hadn’t thought to do this till a few days ago…

When working with a busy print where it’s hard to see the ruler markings try turning over to the wrong side. It might be easier to see and cut the pieces on the wrong side.

It’s time to share your two cents!

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And Christmas is coming, in less than 60 days!

Jingle Bells

Purchase book with pattern HERE (I actually have two projects in the book):

Purchase Joyful, Joyful Layer Cake HERE. I love this line because the prints actually feature nativity scenes.

Definitely Extra Whip

Purchase book with pattern HERE (I actually have two projects in the book).

Purchase Joyful, Joyful Layer Cake HERE. I love this line because the prints reminds me of the style of Emma Bridgewater.

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That’s it from me — have a great week!

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Norfolk Sampler Quilt Along UPCOMING CHECK-IN DATES!

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Hello Friends, I hope you have been well. If you have been sewing along #norfolksampler2022, we are just about there. In fact, I am starting to see absolutely beautiful finishes! Email me your pictures if you have them!

When you post pictures of your progress on social media, always use hashtag #norfolksampler2022 and #wendysheppard.

We have two more check-in dates left in #norfolksample2022. Patterns for the last two blocks are featured in Quilters World Winter 2022 issue. Click HERE to purchase the issue if you aren’t already a subscriber.

Oct 31 – Make 5 blocks & Start sewing previous blocks together

November 30. 2022 – Make 4 blocks & Complete Quilt Assembly

I received the following picture from Rosemary in Oregon, showcasing her completed Norfolk Sampler quilt top. I thought Rosemary’s fabric choices are simply A+++. THANK YOU to Rosemary for sewing along!

So, my question for you is: Would you be interested in another sampler style quilt along in 2023? Share your thoughts and comments below!

That’s all for now. I shall see you on Oct 31 with my Block 7! Have a great week!

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