I received a fabulous surprise email from Arlie Warrener in Canada. Inspired by my FLOWER BOX GARDEN (below) Arlie designed her own:
Instead of flower petals, she put circle designs in the blocks. And entered in show in Winnepeg Manitoba Canada in a special technique category, she won a second place ribbon! (March 2014)
Big Congratulations, Arlie! And thank you so much for sharing your creation.
Quick and easy brand new baby/toddler quilt 44×60. Had fun designing something for new “farm” print at PICKET FENCE QUILT CO, Wichita Ks.
This fabric is directional, but pattern is designed for non-directional also- and it uses the same yardage for either one. 4-Patches use 9 coordinates, but I gave an option to use just 2 colors if you choose.
Most fun part of this simple ditty is it’s a “mini” . One sheet instructions packaged in a small 4×6 baggie. First time for this sales option. Am looking forward to designing more “mini packages”.
GO SHOCKERS !!!!!! Can’t help but be excited about the Wichita State Shocker basketball team ! I don’t normally follow basketball at any level, but find myself caught up in the talent and the classy character of these young men. This is a block of 5 in bedrunner model I made for my TRIPLE PLAY BEDRUNNER pattern. The pattern includes instructions for t-shirt blocks, large print blocks, or sampler blocks. Silly me, at this point I can’t figure out how to get a full pic of the runner without getting blurry – will keep working on that. Anyway, GO SHOCKS !!!!!!
This is Miss Haley. She is the store mascot of PICKET FENCE QUILT COMPANY in Wichita Kansas. She also happens to be sister to my Wylie. “Aunt Debbie” gets a wonderfully excited welcome when she pops in at Picket Fence, expecially if she brings a new toy to dismantle. HA!
MY, MY !!! I’VE GOT THE BLUES!
This beautiful sampler was made by Prairie Quilt Guild (Wichita, Ks) member LEE MIESCHER. She assembled the 12 blocks I designed for the 2013 newsletter, other sampler blocks, and a lovely sprinkle of just-right applique. She also did her own quilting.
I was quite taken when they unfurled it on stage for show-n-share this month. Great job, Lee !!!!