Welcome to Day 13 of the 31 Day Blog Challenge! Today I'm revealing Ticker Tape Parade Clue #6 and providing Color Lesson #4 - Picking the perfect Border! Unfortunately, I missed Day 11 and 12 of the 31 Day Blog Challenge, due to a crazy schedule, but I'm jumping right back in.
Before we get into Ticker Tape Parade and Color Lesson #4, I want to give a recap for those only joining us just on Fridays.... If you are one of them, you may want to start checking in daily (or subscribe to the blog), as more details will be released in the upcoming weeks. Recap on Grand Central Mystery Quilt Series Last Sunday, I released a few more details on Grand Central Quilt, including the Border requirements. Additionally, on Sunday I gave the first of three Color Lessons, explaining how to find the colors in your fabric and how to determine if the Border has a Split Complementary color plan. Which is required for Grand Central's Border selection.If you are planning on participating in…
Apologies for the delay, I've been dealing with a family emergency this weekend. All should be good. Take a day at a time, right. 👵 Okay, so are you ready for the fabric requirements for Grand Central Mystery Quilt Series? Let's start with a quick recap of what you should know at this point.
Woohoo! Today, I'm kicking off my Mini-Mystery, Ticker Tape Parade, which is a Jelly Roll challenge. I don't know about you, but I have a ton (and I mean ton) of Jelly Rolls. I've been collecting them for years. It is a great way to get a variety of fabric, often the full line, without a major purchase.
However, I've found that most Jelly Roll quilt patterns, all look the same to me, and haven't used many. Now, since I've been designing patterns, I've tried to change the fact that all Jelly Roll patterns look alike. I have a couple patterns that use Jelly Rolls for some of the sizes and I do not think they look like traditional Jelly Roll patterns. (Whirling Lemoynes and Moonlight Garden).
I've made a point to make sure the end result of this mystery doesn't look like a Jelly Roll quilt. I hope you love it as much as I do. In full honesty (you know I'm always upfront), we will be working with some small pieces, afterall we are starting …
Spring Getaway 2019 is underway at Lake Morey Resort in Fairlee, VT. The Quilter's arrived yesterday. Everyone is having a fabulous time. We had Show and Tell last night, it was fabulous. I hoped to show some photos today, but the internet isn't cooperating, so I will have to post them next week.
For my Sunset on the Sound followers, there is a Bonus project this week, to use up those cut-offs from the Corner Beams.
The Bonus ProjectDownload will be available through until May 3rd.
Wow! Is all I can say about the completed Sunset on the Sound Quilts being shared on the SOTS Facebook page! I can't wait to show them to those of you that aren't following along. If you are following along, please be sure to email me your completed photos of your SOTS quilts by May 17th. My email is Michelle.firstname.lastname@example.org
For those thinking about joining in on my next Mystery Series, Holiday Extravaganza, I have update the Overview download to include the full details, in…
Happy Tuesday! Bonus Blog post this week, as I'm hosting one of today's stops on the Whistle Stop Tour!
From yesterday, September 9 through next Monday, September 16, 2019, ten S180 Certified Instructors will show you how to make the blocks for the Union State quilt. We will be using Deb Tucker's new Signature Collection, Steam Engine by Kathy Engle for Island Batik.
Each day of the hop, you will tour a different S180 Certified Instructor's blog to download the cutting instructions for each block. The download will give you fabric placement and a block layout diagram for a 12” block. Instructions for making the pieced border will come in the middle of the tour. On Monday, September 16th you will receive the finishing instructions for the quilt from the S180 Blog.