Monday, March 31, 2014


Isn't this bed runner gorgeous!  I love the fabrics.  Above is the quilt that Chris made for the 7th Annual Spring Fling Shop Hop.  Have you purchased your passport  yet?  Each shop made a project for the hop. Check out the various patterns and kits available at the different shops.  Passports can be purchased for $5 at any shop.  Visit the shop to sign up for a drawing and receive a free pattern.  At the end of the shop hop there will be a drawing for a sewing machine from completed passports.  Participating shops are:  Attic Window Quilt Shop; Calico Creations (South Haven); Custom Quilts Unlimited (Fennville); Pressing Matters Quilt Shoppe (Holland); Queen Bee Quilt Shoppe (Grand Rapids); So South Haven (South Haven). 
While at the shop, take a look at Marilyn’s new My Paris Travel Bag.  The pattern is by Fig Tree & Co.  Check out how big it is! 
Marilyn also made this adorable little girl skirt.  The pattern comes in sizes 3 – 10.  You will receive a free pattern with the purchase of the fabrics at the Attic Window Quilt Shop.

  • THE QUILTER’S ROAD TRIP is the month of April.  Twelve Shops are participating.  Passports are $5.  Each shop chose a different month for its wallhanging.  Chris chose January because she loves snowmen.  Secretly she’s afraid we’ll all be made at her for choosing snowmen since we are so sick of snow here in Michigan.  I don’t think she needs to worry because that snowman is so darn cute!  Patterns and kits are available for purchase.
ON ANOTHER NOTESimple Simon and Company has a cute doll pattern for you.

Until next time,

Stay Calm! Stay Kind! Stay Positive!

1 comment:

Lynn said...

I love the fabrics in the runner too! Very cheerful.


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