Friday, August 18, 2017


I know I have numerous UFOs that I should be working on.  However, when I was blog hopping the other day I saw this Quilt As You Go on Hey Let's Make Stuff.  It is called Scottish Thistle. In my QAYG class next Wednesday at the Attic Window Quilt Shop we will be making a simple place mat, but I want to show students this so they can see that QAYG is not limited.

Speaking of Classes, don't forget that Lee Anne will be showing you how to make this lovely Sling Bag on Monday.
And Marilyn will be showing you how to make this awesome Notebook on Friday.   Call the shop to register for all classes and get a supply list.  I'm thinking all of these are great gift ideas.

Don't forget to get your $5 passport for The Country Fair Road Tour of 2017 held October 12, 13, & 14

You will enjoy discounted shopping, play games, earn prizes, have refreshments, watch demos, enter 4 grand prize drawings, collect 4 tickets for shopping at a later date, collect prize winning tea towels and have lots of fun.  Participating shops are Attic Window Quilt Shop, 5363 Alpine, NW, Comstock Park, MI; New Ewe, 59 State Road, Newaygo, MI; Quilted Memories, Inc., 9919 Business US 31, Montague, MI; and Seven Sisters Quilt Shop, 210 W. Main Street, Carson City, MI.

  • Stitch-In, Friday, Aug. 18
  • Stitch-In, Saturday, Aug. 19
  • Sling Bag, Monday, Aug. 21
  • Bee, Tuesday, Aug. 22
  • Bee Hive, Wednesday, Aug. 23
  • Cookbook BOM, Wednesday, Aug. 23
  • QAYG Placemat, Wednesday, Aug. 23
  • Strip Plus, Wednesday p.m., Aug. 23
  • Doll Bee, Thursday, Aug. 24
  • Notebook, Friday, Aug. 25
  • Machine Applique Scrappers, Saturday, Aug. 26
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Annie said...

Love your Scottish Thistle! What a bunch we are eh? easily distracted. No arm twisting necessary.

Barb said...

You certainly have some fun stuff coming the mat.


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