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Something’s going on around here and no one’s telling me about it. Milkshake and Chelsea keep meeting when I’m not around, and then when I walk in the room they get all hush hush. I tell you those dogs are planning something.
Don’t they look guilty as can be? What do they know that I don’t? I’m so busy trying to get everything ready for market, and new patterns written, that I don’t have time to get side-tracked by these dogs!
I just have to keep working and pray that they are really good dogs. If I don’t focus I’ll be the only one at market without quilts finished. Too bad I can’t teach them to sew. Humm, where did I put those treats?
Can you believe we are 1/3 rd of the way through Snow Happy Hearts? It surprised me too! I’m thrilled how much some of you are enjoying these hearts. There’s some really creative ones showing up in my Facebook Snow Happy Hearts group.
Hopefully you’ve been keeping up with these little patterns. If you’re not planing on making them right away, make sure that you print off the patterns each month to save for the future.
If you missed the sneak peek in my newsletter yesterday, here’s a picture of what’s coming from Bunny Hill… Kindred Spirits is in the studio and we’re working like crazy to get every thing made and patterns done.
I am in love with this fabric line and I can’t wait to show you what we’ve got planned for it. I hope I can tempt you with some applique!
Have a wonderful Easter everyone! Hope that bunny brings you lots of chocolate!
I thought I’d be creative and photograph my Snapshots quilt block with something green for St. Patrick’s Day. The first thing I realized when looking around my house is that I don’t own very much in the way of green. Certainly nothing that looks as cute as the tea kettle in this month’s block!
I did happen to find a vintage flower pot that belonged to my mother and I filled it with some shamrock plants. Now for a cup of tea!
This is one of my favorite blocks. Who doesn’t love a quilt star in the center of a tea kettle? And have you ever seen such creative “steam”?
I’ve picked out the remainder of the fabric for my blocks and will start sewing them together soon. This is going to be one happy quilt!
Hop on over to the Fat Quarter Shop and get your Tea Kettle block!
Hope you’ve had a great St Patrick’s Day!