Monday, February 16, 2015

DeStash Here Today

Sorry everyone, not all of us use Instagram so I wanted to give you a chance at the destash too.

HOW TO PLAY...

If you see anything you would like
email me  pnkcndy@gmail.com

1. tell me which fabric
2. how much~~ if that is an option
3. your paypal email and zip code

That's it!

I will then send you an invoice.  

HERE WE GO.....

Low Tide by Jane Dixon for Andover Fabrics. 13 Fat Quarter. $22.00 plus shipping . 12 available.

Beautiful new line by Jane Dixon I just received.




Flamingo by Jane Dixon for Andover Fabrics. 6 Fat Quarter. $11.00 plus shipping .  Quite a few available. 



Garden Party by Pillow and Maxfield for Miichael Miller Fabrics.

11 half yard cuts total 5.5 yards. $40.00 plus shipping .


Bartholdi-Meow' Reef. Layer cake by Tim and Beck for Moda.

$30.00 plus shipping.

Seaside Stripe in Blue from Michael Miller.  11  9 yards available. $5.00 a yard plus shipping. Just let me know how many yards you would like.



In the Beginning Bloom Modern II by Jadon Yentet  blue . 

12 yards available $4.00 a yard plus shipping. Just let me know how many yards you would like.



Aqua Tone on Tone Chevron Apple of my Eye, Sketch, by 

Alice Kennedy for Timeless Treasure Fabric.  8  6 yards available. $3.00 a yard plus shipping. Just let me know how many yards you would like.



Textured Basics by Patty Young for Michael Miller. Swell strip in teal.

Teal stripe is 1/4 wide. Textured stripe is 3/4". 4 yards available $3.00 a yard plus shipping. Just let me know how many yards you would like.


Sunburst by Studio 8 for Quilting Treasures 1.5 yards $4.50 plus shipping. 



Sunburst by Studio 8 for Quilting Treasures 3 yards available . $3.00 a yard plus shipping. Just let me know how many yards you would like.


Presencia Finca Perle Cotton Thread Size 5~~10 Gram Ball 

Seven balls of blue color 3802. $7.00 plus shipping for the set.
  

I also have a few thing left in my etsy store it you want to take a peek.

HERE


Thank you, Happy Sewing!









Thursday, February 12, 2015

A Beach Quilt

A Beach Quilt, well that is what I am calling this quilt. Nope, we do not live near a beach!  
This quilt will be used outside.  
I see it under a tree with the grandchildren, a pile of books, and snacks.
I see it wrapped around us when we are outside watching a sporting event.
I see it on the grass to watch the 4th of July Fireworks.
I see it always in the car ready for anything!

I have been collecting fabrics for this quilt for about a year.

One yard of each of the 15 prints. You know one print had to be pink!


I cut them into 6.5 inch squares. (lazy, the width of my ruler)!

Total squares, Hmm, 450!

Yikes!!
Sooo, I am making two of these quilts.

Here is the layout for the blocks.  



I have changed the layout since this picture was taken, that was a mistake, but, oh well!

I like to sew in sections, so I am making them until I think the quilts are large enough.



One for everywhere, and one for the beach?  A girl can dream, right?

Eww, there was a possum in our backyard eating the remains of our snowman!  



Have a wonderful weekend. I hope you do something you love.




Friday, January 30, 2015

Valentine Wall-Hanging

Hi everyone, Friday!
 Yippy Skippy!
 Hope you had a nice week. Hard to believe February is on the horizon.  Wow, time flies!

While on Instagram I met a lovely lady, Sharon.
She has a great on-line fabric store

Daisy Cottage Quilting


and an etsy shope



One day she was selling the most adorable Valwntine Kit, with Pam Kitty Fabrics. I was lucky and was able to snach one of the kits!

Took three days to make!

Day one cut fabrics.
Day two sew and piece top.



Day three, spay baste and hand quilt in the ditch.



OK,  so one more day!

Day four bind and hang!



This was so much fun!
Hmm, sewing for the weekend, you bet!

How about You?

Have a wonderful weekend and I hope you do something you love.


Sunday, January 25, 2015

If You Enjoyed.....

My Farmer's Wife Quilt, then guess what?

Karen from

Laugh Yourself Into Stitches is having a giveaway!

Her first 6 classes of the Farmer's Wife Revival Class.

Now you can make a quilt too!


Go, run, really, bye!


Saturday, January 24, 2015

In Love!

Have you ever made a quilt that you love so much that every time you see it you just have to smile and giggle because you made that quilt?
This is mine!

The Farmer's Wife Quilt

First allow me to say I never would have been able to accomplish this quilt without the wonderful

Her classes were essential to my success. It is not too late for you to make a Farmer's Wife Quilt. You can find all the information you need on Karen's Blog

OK, Picture heavy, sorry, no actually I am not sorry!

Had to get outside as we are expecting snow tonight or tomorrow!











 This is how I quilted the border. I am not sure it is sowing in the picture.





 I am going to use this girl all the time!

Enjoy the rest of your weekend and I hope you do something you love. 

Friday, January 16, 2015

What does the Alphabet and Red and White have in common?

Nothing but the two projects I have been working on this week.

I am still plugging away on my ABC Quilts!




I have always wanted to make a red and white quilt.  No other colors just red and white so I have been saving fabrics for this quilt.





I cut 200 5 X 5 squares. Does not look like much does it?



This is the top getting basted.  I have tried so many ways of basting but for me the floor still works the best. I use the grand-children's puzzles as weights and roll the quilt as I pin.



There is a lovely lady on Instagram that does beautiful big stitch quilting. I asked her what needles she used and she uses
Big Stitch Needles
by
Pepper Cory


I also highly recommend them, they can glide through the top, batting and backing and do not bend.
It has been hard for me to get use to big stitching because I try to take such tiny stitches when I quilt.
  I will say that I am enjoying the process.

Thank you for your visit. 
Have a wonderful weekend and I hope you get to do something you love.
See you next week.

Thursday, January 8, 2015

My Last 6 weeks in Pictures....

I took a blog break over the Holiday Season but I was still sewing, baking, decorating, shopping, and relaxing.

Tons of family time!  Just the best as I know you all agree.

So here is what has been going on!

For Annie,  a finish!



Baking...




I will never bake without this paper!


Tea Cakes
Thanks to Jodi for reminding me how much I love these cookies.
Recipe HERE




Almond Tea Cake



Fabric Shopping!





A sweet treat from a friend!


I won a giveaway from Kelly at 


You know I love pink and how cute are those scissors!
Thanks again Kelly!


Started a new table runner from a cute pattern I found on Craftsy.




Stitching during family time movies and a cozy fire.



Look at this great clock I received from my sister for Christmas!
I love it!





Now on to 2015 with these fabrics...





The children and teachers have another day off of school today do to negative wind chills.

My grand-babies are playing play-doh with mommy.  A great stay in and stay warm day.

So you stay safe and do something you love.

See you next week.