July 5, 2016

To-Do Tuesday {a sneak peek at Brick Cottage Lane 2!!}

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Here's a peek into my sewing room today!  My to-do list includes working on a king size Brick Cottage Lane 2 quilt in Bonnie and Camille's Vintage Market, Miss Kate, and Daysail fabrics!  The revised version of Brick Cottage Lane is set to release in less than two weeks!  This is the second king I've made in the pattern, and can I just say, it's stunning!  This pattern is now available for purchase in my Craftsy shop!

One of my dear boys made quick work of a rainbow-ish pile of Hatch fabrics for me this weekend, turning them into HSTs with my Accuquilt Go!  These lovelies are for a queen-sized quilt for my oldest son.  I'm planning on writing this pattern later this summer!  It might even be a free tutorial!

I'm made some progress on the Repeat QAL, completing the letters u and i.  This week I'll complete letters q, l, and t, just awaiting the s to make "quilts".  The aqua floral will be the border on the quilt.

And this lovely bundle of Kona Cotton needs cut for the Summer Solstice QAL!

It's a big list but so full of fun!

Linking to:

BOMs AwayTo-Do TuesdayBuilding Blocks TuesdayLet's Bee Social ♥ Midweek MakersWIPs on Wednesday ♥ 


Shannon said...

You're a busy little beaver! But it seems you are making good progress!

Loris said...

Lovely progress! I'm excited about the coming BL2 😊

Christine Slaughter said...

So many gorgeous fabrics! I can't wait for your Brick Cottage Lane 2 quilt release and to see your king size quilt all put together! How great to have help getting fabrics cut out too. Very nice!

Susan said...

You've got a lot of work ahead of you! Thanks for linking up at Midweek Makers

the zen quilter said...

Those colors really got my attention. Can't wait to see what you're going to do with them. (and how do your get your boys to help you?!)

Sharon - IN said...

What beautiful fabric selections and patterns you have going. Looking forward to seeing your patterns.

Esther Aliu said...

Look at you go, this progress is fabulous!