Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Tuesday Archives #153: Tonals

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This week's theme is: Tonals

Do batiks count as a tonal? I hope so because today I'm reminded how pretty they turn out as I rejuvenate this quilt from my own archives.  This was one of my very first quilts made for our  youngest daughter back in 2012. She has such a good eye for color and I'm now inspired to dig out a kit I bought to make my husband a similar quilt using neutral tones.

I'm also reminded  how much fun this one was to quilt as each square got it's own sun motif.
 My favorite sun is the one wearing sunglasses on the blue block!
I continue to love the bright batiks against the neutral tones and expect it's well worn by now.

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Saturday, March 18, 2017

H2H: A "Treasure" for Camp Hobe

It's that time of year again and it's always been very rewarding for me to pass on a Quilty Hug through this annual event that Sarah hosts. I can't believe this year marks my fourth year in doing so.
(Click HERE to check out all the details.) 
Confessions Of A Fabric Addict
 This year, I have the prefect quilt top in my stash 
that I'm going to quilt up for a Camp Hobe donation.
See. Nothing says "camp" better than pirates and treasure maps!
And... I have the perfect pantograph in my files to really finish this one well.
This one measures 46"x66"...perfect for some lucky little camper!
Stay tuned...and perhaps click HERE and think about joining us in this annual H2H event.
Join us here every Tuesday to rejuvenate posts from your archives!
Next week's theme is: TONALS.
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Friday, March 17, 2017

A fun-filled St. Patty's Day!

 No one in this group got pinched today! 

We especially had fun in Math graphing (and eating) Lucky Charm marshmellows. 

  I couldn't figure out what the heck my students were doing...until my one little guy, with a great deal of seriousness I might add, started to explain: "Mrs. Reynolds there is a Leprechaun living in here! We can see his tunnels! He even has one of our markers!!"  "If you be quiet you can hear him!"
LOL!! Sure hoping your day has been filled with a little mystery and fun as well.
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Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Tuesday Archives #152: GREEN!

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This week's theme is: ANYTHING GREEN!

Whether it be quilty.....
Shamrock Green Quilt Pattern
Pattern available HERE on Craftsy.
....or creative, Green is our theme this week. For example, I just love how Carole always decorates her home for the seasons. I enjoyed doing this when our girls were young and am always inspired by Carole's creativity. This is actually one of her March tablesettings I found in her blog archives from March of 2015. Click HERE to read her entire post and I bet you'll be with me in wishing you could dine with her too. (SMILES!)Spring Tablescape - 15


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Saturday, March 11, 2017

Fun Happy Mail!

The mailman delivered my turn with Bernie's, over at Needle and Foot,  Fabric and Fiction book share. (Click HERE to read all about her cool happy mail/quilters book club of sorts.)
We receive (and send forward) three new fat quarters that relate back to the novel in some fashion. My person sent me these three fun fabrics below, each representing one of the main characters in the story. Her character captions have me intrigued.   
I laughed a little when she said the circle design represents the character Samantha whose thoughts seem to keep her running in circles. I smiled in thought of the pink representing the character Lydia, because older women often mentor younger women without even knowing it. And finally, those trees, they represent King, the character who is cool with himself, steady and stable. (I'm so grateful to have my own King) After this wonderful introduction, I'm looking forward to meeting these characters myself as I spend a few hours this chilly morning reading: Open House.
Next week's theme: Anything GREEN!
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