Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Fabric Tuesday...Come play!

Hi all! Spring is finally in the air! I have actually been working on some fun projects and blocks this last week.  I will share soon. This weekend we went my inlaws and had a fun at an Easter Egg hunt, fishing, and kite flying. It was a short lovely vacation. I was able to sneak in some sewing as well. That NEVER happens!  

Tomorrow I have a super easy Easter Bunny Canvas tutorial. Make sure to check back. Really easy, and I am going to leave mine out for Spring. So don't feel like it is too late!

What caught my eye last week...




 Awesome quilt and quilting from Geta's Quilting studio. Talented lady!!!


I spy a Unicorn quilt from Helping Little Hands. Lots of unicorns!

peasant tops
Darling peasant tops! Want to make some for Sophie! From Lea and Lars.

Wonky Star Class Sample

Seriously! This quilt messes with my eyes! AMAZING! From Mama loves quilts...

Last but not least, this pretty block from Handmade by Kirsty...click here to see more...

Be sure to link up any fabric projects you have done this last week. Check out our fabric Tuesday link if you don't know how to play...




6 comments:

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

your projects are all adorable ...love each one.

Dee said...

Each week I get to come here and meet new people and see what quilters from around the world are doing! So much fun!

Thanks for hosting and always having the best of the quilting world here!

Geta Grama said...

Thank you for featuring my quilt and for hosting this party every week.

Polly @ Helping Little Hands said...

Wow! Thanks for featuring my I-Spy a Unicorn quilt. It just got packaged up and mailed off to my niece yesterday finally. I linked up several posts this week, including one about a final unicorn I added...freezer paper stencil stars to the back to form the unicorn constellation.

And there are so many other fun ones linked up. Thanks for hosting!

✾Jamie Lee Cooley✾ said...

Those peasant top dresses are sweet!

Jen said...

It was exciting to see my girls' peasant tops featured here on your blog! Thank you!