bits and pieces

This month is my month for the TrueNorth bee. 
I chose what is apparently a difficult block, a Ribbon Star variation block.

But look how pretty it is!

I still have more than half the blocks to come in and
 I am eagerly waiting the mail delivery every day lol 

I also got this finished up.

Another JellyBean quilt, this one done correctly.
Funny story behind this. We redid our bedroom and I made this for our wall. And ended up not even using it lol.

And some TrueNorth blocks for someone else!

quilt monday

I made this one so quickly that I didn't even take a picture before I had it quilted.

A super easy quilt and super cute when finished.

I did the Popcorn panto to soften the points.

I used to be against piecing quilt backings on quilts I was giving away. But with the cost of fabric now, piece all the backings!

I love this little added bit.

Probably should have sewed it in straight lol.

I had just enough of the grey for the binding.
 Love it when that works out.

Now we wait for baby!

catch up

Grab a a coffee and let's catch up on some of my latest client quilts.

By Bonnie

quilted with Fay Feathers 

I love what she did with the backing.

By Helen

quilted with Greenery

This beauty by Judy

quilted with Fresco


I love this Canada quilt by Linda.

quilted with Maple Syrup

So fun!

By Wendy

quilted with a meander

This one by

quilted with Latte

This teeny tiny one by Arlana.

quilted with Double Plume
This fun one by Connie

Quilted by Fliratious 

I love these blocks.

And lastly,

by Jeannie

quilted with Falling Leaves

Thanks for looking!


I've been better at managing my time lately and have been sneaking in some sewing time here and there. Here's a few work in progresses.

I love, love, love how this turned out.
You can't go wrong with a plus quilt.

I got caught up on my TrueNorth bee blocks.

And made a table runner for a friend's birthday.

I was sneaky and made it using her favourite block. 

Now to get it quilted!

quilt monday

I picked up this jelly roll on a whim. 
I went back and forth on what to make with it. I finally decided on a jelly bean quilt.

Funny thing though, I was hoping to get a lap quilt as per the instructions. Instead, I failed on reading the directions and ended up with a wall hanging and a table runner. All because I had sewed the corner square on different corners. And noticed after I had trimmed the squares.

I used a new pantograph on the wall hanging, Calder.

And a fast favourite, Simplicity  on the table runner.

I used my precious grey grunge for the squares and binding. Love that fabric. 

And I get two lovelies for the cost of one.

Happy Monday!

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