Friday, May 6, 2016

Friday Finds

There's a blog hop going on to win a copy of Crafted Applique by Lara Buccella.  I am sending you to StormyDays blog to begin the hop, as Dana has a full list of sites for the hop,  and the first review.  She has a project made using the technique----which is being kept a big secret, like in mystery by the reviewers.   It's all in good fun,  and Dana deserves a good fabric bombing for not telling!






Mequilter shared a block that is simple and would work well in any border.  I love the simple change that color makes in a 9 patch.











mini quilts from fabric panels: From the blog at Keepsake Quilting.....this post shared 10 ideas for using fabric panels.   This entry is worth a quick look even if you think you aren't interested.  I generally ignore panels but recently succumbed to one filled with butterflies by Moda.  I figured if I did not buy it now, I would regret it later :)









Bursting Buds Table Runner by SameliasMum:  May is spring and this table runner from Samelia's Mum shouts it.  She is sharing a full tutorial and pattern, so stop by and say hello.   And check out her beautiful quilting on this project too!






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Enjoy your weekend.  Love on your Mom.  Make someone smile.  Above all, remember how great you are.  Happy stitching.  

7 comments:

  1. You always have the greatest Friday Finds! That twisted ribbon border block is absolutely wonderful! And how I wish Crafted Applique had come out six months ago when I began machine appliqueing five large blocks of acorns and oak leaves. I'm really looking forward to learning more about her method.

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  2. Hey, thanks so much for the shout out, it's not going to get you the secret though, LOL.
    I bought a lot of panels when I started free motion quilting, they were great for practice.

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  4. Thanks for sharing the blog hop. I surely hope I win a copy of the book.

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  5. I agree. The Mequilter pattern would make a stunning border.

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  6. Love all these Friday Finds Debbie! Thanks for the shout out by making my book a part of them! Dana's post and her quilt and what she did with it were absolutely amazing! Your comment to her made me laugh - too funny!

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  7. I can see a variety of ways to use that 9-patch in a border.
    That runner in the last photo looks like something you might have made--very fresh and pretty!

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