August 10, 2015

Blue Ribbon Contest + My To-Do List Week of August 10th

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Enter Craftsy's Blue Ribbon Contest and win a free class of your choice! It's like entering a project at the county fair from your home.  Anything from a quilt to a pie can be entered, and the item does not have to be inspired by a Craftsy class.  Contest ends August 23, 2015.

My to-do list this week is short and sweet.  First up is to finish the quilt for my next pattern release which is due out next week!  The pattern is written and ready to go, I just need to quilt and bind the twin quilt.  I'm using Just Wing It, a gorgeous, older fabric collection by Moda.


Second is to continue "working" on the custom queen Postcard From Sweden, though it hardly feels like "work"!  Rows A through C are stitched, pressed, and labeled, and the remaining rows are laid out on my design boards and ready to assemble.  I had to get the stacks of triangles off my cutting table so I didn't go crazy!



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4 comments :

Shannon said...

I've had to move my stacks of triangles multiple times! Just need to get them finished and stop moving them. Got the quilt loaded and gave it a good start. Hope your quilting is going well.

Rebecca Grace said...

Your Postcard from Sweden quilt looks like it's going to be fantastic! What is that penguin print that you have between your triangle stacks? At first glance I thought it was a fabric, but then I noticed it was kind of shiny and almost looked like thin giftwrapped packages?

Beth @ Cooking Up Quilts said...

All those colorful triangles! I can't wait to see this put together. Thanks for linking up to Main Crush Monday! :)

Allison said...

I remember the "Just Wing It" collection from MoMo quite well, and it was fabulous! I'm sure that whatever you whip up will with them be just lovely.

Oh, the colors from the Postcards from Sweden quilt are just up my alley... so bright and vibrant!

Greetings from Germany!