Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Laundry Day

" Laundry Day"
 
Here is the 3rd project that we will be doing in the
" Simple Whatnots Club" by Kim Diehl called
" Laundry Day"
This quilt was also done by Debbie Wick.....great job!
We have a great group of ladies doing the club and they are having so much fun.
This little quilt makes a great table topper measuring 20 1/2" x 20 1/2".
 
Have a wonderful week !
Peg
 
 
 
 

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Idaho Lily

" Idaho Lily"
 
This is the 2nd project in our " Simple Whatnots" Club by Kim Diehl called
" Idaho Lily"
This beautiful quilt was pieced, hand appliqued and hand quilted by our talented teacher
Debbie Wick
Quilt was made using fabrics from Kim's new collection " Vintage Farmhouse".
The colors are so pretty and rich and the prints are just awesome.
Idaho Lily is a perfect size measuring 27.5 x 27.5 .
If you are interested in purchasing the club kits contact me for information.
 
Happy Stitching,
Peg
 
 

Friday, August 1, 2014

Widdly Tinks

Widdly Tinks
 
Have you seen the new " Simple Whatnots Club" by Kim Diehl?
We are running the club at the shop and this is the first project that we are doing called
"Tiddly Winks".........isn't it sweet!
This sweet little quilt was all hand appliqued and quilted by our talented teacher
Debbie Wick. Just look at the happy colors and all those sweet little yo yo's on the borders
and center blocks.
Our next project is called Idaho Lily and it is a winner....Watch for our next post!
 
Happy Stitching,
Peg
 
 
 
 
 

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Strawberries Anyone?


 
 
 
Strawberry Pincushions and Needle Book
 
Loved making these wool strawberries for shop samples.
The large and small strawberry patterns can be found in the book...
"Buttonwood Farm"
by Maggie Bonanomi
and
the small strawberry needlebook pattern can be found as a FREE pattern at:
 
WOOL KITS for all three strawberries can be found at the shop.
We also have the "Buttonwood Farm" book needed for the pincushions.
 
Happy Stitching,
Peg
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Sunday, June 8, 2014

Molly's Post

Happy Sunday Everyone,

I thought that I would share some photo's that I managed to get of my Molly. She doesn't like the camera and always runs from it ( not like Mia), so here she is...............
Mom..you know that I don't like my picture taken.
OK...Maybe just a little pic
What do you mean I have to do better?
I am not happy bout this......will this do?
WOW...that was exhausting!
Is that Mia ?? Wait till she finds out that I am on the blog !
AH! I guess blogging isn't that bad after all...

Thanks MOM!

Hope that you enjoyed this posting..and no I haven't lost my mind (Ha)!

Happy Sunday....Friends!
Peg


Friday, May 30, 2014

NYS Row by Row...FREE Quilt pattern

 


Hello Blogging Friends,

I know that it has been a while since my last post, but there just aren't enough hours in the day!
And to be honest........do that many people look at my postings?  I know that my facebook page gets a lot of interest and I wonder should I just concentrate on that? As a shop owner I am pulled in so many directions that my head spins and I am getting dizzy (Ha!). 
But I wanted to show you all my Row by Row project for this year and hope that everyone likes it.
The theme for this year is Sew a Season and I choose fall because I love the beautiful colors of autumn.
Remember when you visit the shop anytime between July 1st and Sept 2nd you get the pattern for FREE!  If you like our colors, we will have fabric kits for you to purchase and make it so much easier for you because the choices have been made. We also have ordered the fabric plates that are being collected at many of the shops and our reads.." Spool-N-Around" after our row.
Hope to see you this summer

Peg


Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Tumbling Block Quilt

TUMBLING BLOCK QUILT

I love the tumbling block....
but
cant deal with the labor intense way of making this block.
So, I found an easy way of making the tumbling blocks in a lot less time....
using the strip piecing method.
This quilt that I am working on is small in size.
I have decided to make it little and sweet!
The blocks are made using lots of scraps and a neutral fabric
for the background.......not sure of the finished size yet
but
I will post a pic of the finished quilt soon!
I think this will be one of my favorites and a keeper!
What do you think?
Do you also love this old and traditional quilt block pattern?

HAPPY STITCHING,
Peg