This is a tea towel that will be given to an unsuspecting friend. The embroidery design is from Embroidery Library and is called Floral Border. It is one of the designs I stitched with my Babylock Enterprise. So easy to do multiples. The more I use my new machine, the more I like it.
This is Paris Flea Market fabric in a granny square quilt. I have the top pieced and still need the borders. I really like this quilt. I first saw this on CJ's blog and loved her quilt. I don't know the finished size but it will be ample for a queen side bed.
Santa's Calendar is a Stitch Connection pattern that is available in both machine embroidery and hand embroidery. Of course this is machine embroidery. I cross-hatched the blocks and sashing before embroidering the designs. The quilt is about 31" x 39". I wanted to use the indigo blue fabric, so I chose to embroider the designs in blue. Not any snow in Kansas right now and it is very windy, so a wall photo will have to do. It really is beautiful.
This is a tea towel that was a pay-it-forward gift to an unsuspecting friend.(She loved it!) The design is from Entwined Elegance from OESD. The bunny design comes in two sizes. I made this one about 200 mm. I have made a pink bunny, green bunnies and blue bunnies. Happy Easter to all my stitching and embroidery friends.
My Granny Square Quilt is slowly starting to look like a quilt. I have to thank CJ Tinkle for making this quilt and showing it on her blog. I fell in love with it and knew I had to make one. It is not hard to make but is a little time consuming. Hancocks of Paducah is having a sale on Paris Flea Market fabric, so there is probably another one of these in the future.
This is the beginning of my Granny Square Quilt. It is made from 2.5 inch strips of Moda's Paris Flea Market fabric. Moda reprinted it last year and I was so excited to find the fabric. I had made a quilt several years ago from this fabric and it is still my favorite fabric. You can find a tutorial here or here. My quilt will have sashing between the blocks with corner stones of pink or red. The yellows and light green are much brighter in the photo. Picking the colors of the square is the hardest part.
This is my version of Simply Woven Quilt by Jess Kelly. She was so kind to include a tutorial on her blog: SewCraftyJess. The quilt can be completed with jelly rolls. Her quilt was done with brights on white. I had some left-over Kaffe Fassett jelly roll strips from an earlier project. I wanted to test the pattern, so I sewed three squares. I will tell you that you must follow the directions carefully. I ended up throwing away two squares that I cut incorrectly.
I like the full-sized quilt. It is on the list of future quilts.