Sunday, March 4, 2018


The beautiful, warm, sunny weekend on the west side of Michigan had me in the mood for some spring flowers, so I made this potholder.  Are you thinking about spring?

One thing you want to be sure to think about and do is mark your calendar for March 17.  Not only is that St. Patrick's Day, but it is also National Quilting Day and a reason to celebrate at the Attic Window Quilt Shop. I know Chris has something special planned for you.  I just don't have all the details yet, so keep an eye out for upcoming information.

  • Charity Quilts, Monday, March 5
  • Tuesday Bee, Tuesday, March 6
  • Beginning Quilting, Wednesday, March 7
  • Doll Bee, Thursday, March 8
  • Intermediate Quilting, Thursday, March 8
  • Stitch-In, Friday, March 9
  • Chenille Class, Friday, March 9
  • UFO Night, Friday, March 9
  • Happy Scrappers Stitch-In, Saturday, March 10
  • Hangry Fork has a tutorial for a Wacky Chicken Pot Holder. 
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Annie said...

Your flowery potholder definitely says SPRING. Love the bright happy Spring colors of it. The flowers are fabulous looking. Over here in Eastern Wisconsin we’ve had a pretty mild winter...I shouldn’t complain so much. But cold is cold to me. No matter whether there is snow or ice or nothing but cold air. I still want Spring right after Fall.

Denice Barker said...

That potholder is much too nice to use! I'm very bad with my pot holders. They are all stained, burnt, full of holes. Kind of like my dishtowels!

Allie-oops Designs said...

That is darling, Caroll! Spring will be here soon....I hope....


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