2013 Recap Series: Fons & Porter

Hello Friends, I am still adding ornaments to our Christmas tree!  I managed to finish stitching my 5th day of Christmas ornament (from Cat’s Whiskers 12 Days of Christmas series) while we were gone during Christmas.  I will post pictures later.  I also bought a few annuals in my “backtrack buying”, and they arrived in the mail after the 25th.


Today, I am taking you with me down my “Fons & Porter” memory lane… you have seen most of them in my previous recap posts relating to fabric companies.  But here, you see them “magazine”-specific.

1.  Baubles, Baubles (Fons & Porter Easy Quilts, Spring 2013)


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


3.  Curious Cats (Fons and Porter Easy Quilts, Summer 2013)


4.  Fabrique Foursome (Fons and Porter Easy Quilts, Summer 2013)


5.  Interlock (Fons & Porter Easy Quilts, Fall 2013)


6.  Christmastide (Fons & Porter Easy Quilts, Winter 2013)


7.  Scrappy Jewels (Fons & Porter Easy Quilts Winter 2013, COVER QUILT), to be officially posted on this blog


You will see at least a couple more quilts of mine in Fons & Porter’s publications next year.

SO, back to 2013 – which is your Fons & Porter favorite from 2013?

Thanks for stopping by.  I hope you have a restful weekend.  As for me, I will be working on a project that involves piecing diamonds this weekend.  So far so good… I am keeping my fingers crossed I won’t run into any glitches.

Hugs to you all!


My 2013 Recap series so far…



Riley Blake

RJR Fabrics

Quilting Treasures

First Time Apperances




2010 in Review #4

I was fortunate to be included in a couple of new quilty ventures this year, namely being published in a couple of new magazines.

In UK’s Popular Patchwork:

1.  Pieceful Garden

2.  Cosy Patch

Fons & Porter’s magazines:

1.  Jungle Jim and Jane (Baby Quilts 2010)

2.  Christmas in Ohio (Easy Quilts Winter 2010)

It’s been a full year – that’s for sure.  I actually look forward to what next year brings.  I have a feeling it’s going to be quite a ride.   For one thing, I will have something in two new magazines next year – American Patchwork & Quilting and Fabric Trends!  Can’t wait.