Cherry Limeade

is her name…. Doesn’t she scream Summer? She was also super easy!

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Just when you guys thought I had given up sewing! Just kidding.

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I made her to welcome Lentil’s cousin who is due about the same time as Lentil. No, I have not yet made poor Lentil a quilt but she does have a lifetime to enjoy mama made…. this is what I tell myself to ease the guilt.

I will be delivering this to the machine quilter’s house today after our trip to the baby doc. I hope to have it back by next week to bind it and get it in the mail.

I borrowed my inspiration from Oh, Fransson who I think is brilliant but I made several changes along the way. Most of this fabric has been in my stash since the beginning. Pretty impressive, I did not go to the fabric store at all. I decided to make a quilt and wend down to the studio and made one with what I had on hand…imagine that!

Sorry for the crappy photos…at least I am blogging again!


Just in case you get the impression that I don’t sew anymore….

I finally finished this quilt that has been languishing in the UFO bin for ever….

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Seriously all it lacked was binding. I have no idea why it took me so long to complete but it was a good project to work on today since I am hopped up on cold medicine and needed something to use all my nervous energy on.

Big plus…it covers up this ugly old couch. I need to be on the look out for a white denim slip cover since the couch while ugly is in great shape.

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No pattern, just made it up as I went. I love these Amy Butler Daisy Chain fabrics. When it first came out I was like “meh’ whatever…now I want a whole bolt of the blue fabric I used for sashing.

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Nothing really fancy but super functional.


Another Christmas quilt done!


I wanted to take some nice pictures outside however it refused to quit raining in Central Wisconsin….blah

2 down, 26 left to go…I am just kidding.


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This quilt is incorporating the Blue Star Blocks I pieced here. Now to finish the purple set.

The color combo is in honor of the recipient. These are her favorite colors.

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The hard part is going to be waiting until Christmas to give it to her.

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Santa’s elves have been busy

Just in time for fall…..


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Someone will get this Turning Twenty Again quilt for Christmas


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Doesn’t this look like the perfect spot for you and your lover to have a Picnic with Mother Nature.


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I half expect to find a  couple of mischievous wood nymphs taking an afternoon nap.


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It is indeed quilted with a leaf pattern.


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I love the magic the afternoon sun casts on ordinary things

Doll Quilt Swap

Here is the Doll Quilt I made for my partner over at Sewing Mamas

I am very please with the way it turned out and hopes she likes it. She said she liked feminine, romantic colors.


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Emily is holding it up but desprately trying to stay out of the photo as she has color on her hair and looks a mess. It was nearly impossible to get a decent pictures. I think we need photo props in the sewing studio but we are running out of room.


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And while not yet perfect I am improving on my binding. I have to work on it as it is the part I like the least…..

The end is in sight

for my star blocks that is.

This is block 12. One more to go. Then I make the sashing blocks and sandwich it up!


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and Blue: I used some of the sea shell fabric Michael picked out for his quilt b/c Michael and Becca are such good friends.

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I have decided to have both of these quilted on a long arm. I have no desire to attempt to quilt 2 queen sized quilts and it is way to much to pawn off on Christin.

I will be so happy when they are done. Yea for making Christmas gifts early!