What are you doing today?

If you’ve been following me on Twitter you’d know the answer to that question! What’s Twitter? It’s like a short little blog, with just a few sentences. I’m blaming Kimberly at The Fat Quarter Shop for getting us into this! It took me almost a day to figure it all out. But, if Kimberly says Twitter we should Twitter! LOL!

Legacy fabric

 

If you’d been following me on Twitter you’d know I was working on this table runner yesterday. I’m using the Howard Marcus line called Legacy from Moda Fabrics and I’m in love! This fabric is beyond pretty! Now all I need is some border fabric to finish this off. I’ll be emailing Moda Lissa soon!

If you’d been following me on Twitter you’d know that I was going to do this post today! Amazing thing that Twitter, but I promise you I will not get a Twitter brain. Don’t worry I don’t have Twitteritis my little twittersweets! Hope this isn’t catching!

Here’s a little tip for the Tisket A Tasket block of the month…

My finished layout uses Moda fabric. If you want to use what I’ve selected I’ll give you the sku’s and amounts as they become available in the shops so you don’t miss out. I’ll have some of the fabric, but not all. It’s limited in supply so be sure and get it now.

Here’s the yardage amounts you’ll need:

Sashing: 1/2 yard

Sashing posts: 1/4 yd or 1 fat quarter

Inner Border: 1/4 yd

Outer Border: 3/4 yd

Binding: 3/4 yd bias, or 1/2 yd non bias

Here’s what’s in the stores right now:

Sashing Posts

Beach house sashing Beach House Dried Lavender Seaweed Gems

Sku# 2631-13

Inner Border & Bias Binding

I used the same fabric for both = 1 yard

Inner border basket block of the month

 

Beach House Faded Blooms Old Feather Pillow Ticking

SKU # 2636 – 12

Disclaimer: I’m waiting on the final yardage to come from Moda. I don’t have enough yardage to put the entire quilt together. I’m only looking at a few rows, so just in case I put it together and go “what was I thinking?” and all of you bought yardage you can’t hold me responsible. OK?

Thank you all for the wonderful, sweet comments you left in my last post! I am just so lucky to have you as readers!

Hugs,

Anne

P.S. If you were following me on Twitter you’d know what I was doing for the rest of the day my little twitter birds!

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  • Dandelion Quilts - I joined the twitter too, but I will admit, it seems a bit beyond me at this point. LOL I love that table runner you are working on. I am hoping that is a hint it will appear on The Moda Bakeshop…I just love that place! Thanks for all of your inspiring posts.ReplyCancel

  • Jovita Goldschmidt - I do have a twitter account but don’t check it often – but Facebook! What a great way to keep in touch with friends – we’d love to have you there Anne, please check it out. My user name is Peacock Periwinkle Quilts.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - chewie377apple68I am so out of it. What is Twitter? And, what do I look for once I am in there. This is all very new to me. I follow your blog now that I have discovered it and appreciate all the great tips and ideas you give us. Of course I have always been a fan of your patterns. Any help for those of us who are not that computer literate would be appreciated.ReplyCancel

  • from little acorns - Hi my little twitter friend! Hey – I checked the link from my side & yea!!! Thank you Anne! Now – it's your #1 priority to instruct everyone else how to get the right address to work . . okay? (Because I know you have nothing else to do. . . !!!)
    About the Legacy line. . . I agree – I'm in love with it too. The more I see it – the more I want. . . more! (But I'm too chicken to ask!)
    Have a 'tweet' day! xo, BrenReplyCancel

  • Jackie - I have to say, I thought about joining Twitter, but just can’t see myself doing one more computer related thing. Maintaining a website, answer e-mails, and reading fabulous blogs like yours is all this quilting gal needs right now.ReplyCancel

  • Carrie P. - I don’t have a Twitter account. Reading the blogs that I like takes up a lot of time and I just don’t want to add one more thing to take away from my sewing. Thank you for continuing your blog. I really enjoy seeing what you are up too and just love the basket blocks.ReplyCancel

  • Peddlecar Quilts - Hi Anne! Thanks for the yardages on the BOM as we all love it so much!! I’m glad you are liking the “Twitter”! I’m starting to feel like a “Twitterbird”!!!ReplyCancel