Thursday, March 31, 2016

Maggie's First Dance

Have you heard the news?  This FREE Block of the Month Program has just been announced. The first block will begin in June.  I will be making this quilt using FigTree Strawberry Fields Revisited fabrics.  I will be posting photos of my blocks!  This quilt has really cute flowers and has that vintage look that I just love!
Visit: for all the details and to get signed up for this program.


Sunday, March 27, 2016

Happy Easter! He is Risen!

Happy Easter!  He is Risen!

I have these cute little chickie pin cushions helping me today.  These were created by my friend Dena Ogletree from Southern Sistuh Sewing, using vintage flower sack fabrics.
I hope you and your family have a blessed Easter.

Sunday, March 13, 2016

Paint My World

Look what is blooming today, this Loropetalum in my backyard is in full bloom. 
Loropetalum - March 2016

All Four In A Row

I am feeling so blessed that my pattern to make the "Sewing Machine Mat" is now available to purchase at four local quilt shops.  I have stitched the original mat and all four of the shop samples.  It has been sew much fun to see the different color ways sewn together. 

Shop Sample - Quilted Creations, Headland, AL
Shop Sample - Quilting by the Bay, Panama City, FL
Shop Sample - Front Porch Quilt Shoppe, Ozark, AL
(Stitching on the binding)

Shop Sample - TJ's Fabrics, Destin, FL
My original design creation - Spring 2015

Saturday, March 12, 2016

More Class Photos

 I am sharing more photos from the Sewing Machine Mat class 
that was recently held at
I like the fun buttons used on these mats.

And here is the group photo!  What a variety of color choices and design.

Thank you ladies so much for participating in this class project.
I hope you enjoy using your mats and that you create something awesome!

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Sharing Class Photos

Today I want to share some photos of the "Sewing Machine" mats made by some of the students from my recent class held at  What a fun project, and everyone had lots of fun sewing!

The top photo is a completed project, made using batik fabrics.
The other two photos are works in progress, don't you just love the color choices?
Great job ladies.  Thank you for coming to this class.