Kim over at My Go-Go Life
hosts SEWjo Saturday and I have had some great sewjo today so here I am! My day started withy a trip to a LQS It's Sew Time
where I picked up a few treasures. A half meter of Kaffe Fasset's Aboriginal Dot and a great text fabric from Samarra Khaja. Oh, and a jelly role of Botanics by Carolyn Friedlander! I have never bought a Jelly Roll before. What!? That's right. But I could not walk by this one. I have wanted some of this fabric FOREVER. I have no idea what I want to do with it yet, but it will be awesome!
Once I got home from a lovely brunch with my girlfriends I hit the machine and got to work - housework be damned! I pulled the Charm Squares baby quilt off the design wall and got to quilting
And then it was done!
This is an Elizabeth Hartman
pattern, so really how can you go wrong. Super simple to put together and I think a great beginners quilt which is what it is for! I made this as a quilt sample for a local fabric shop soon to be opening, Patch Halifax.
So, some good SEWjo all around I would say, and the night is still relatively young. What shall I start on next? Have you been sewing today? You should totally hop over and link up with Kim - I am!
Good SEWjo. Love the KF dot.ReplyDelete
That cursive writing fabric is super cool! But then again, I'm a sucker for cursive! The baby quilt sample turned out really well.ReplyDelete
WOOT WOOT!!!! Look at you GO!!!!! Elizabeth Hartman is the BEST for beginners to start with for sure! Thank you so much for linking up to #sewjosaturday!ReplyDelete
Love this quilt! Simplicity is so great. These colors are fantastic.ReplyDelete
I also love that cursive fabric. And your Charm quilt looks great, especially with the square grid pattern. nice job.ReplyDelete
Beautiful quilting job. I just love your quilt. And the Jelly Roll does look gorgeous :)ReplyDelete
I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Botanics by Carolyn Friedlander. I want them all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!ReplyDelete
I love how that small quilt turned out. Great quilting!ReplyDelete
Nice fabric colors. I really like the owls too they are a hoot!ReplyDelete
Very cute quilt. Great fabric choices! I would love to find some of that owl fabric. Do you know the name of it and/or the manufacturer?ReplyDelete
That's a lovely pattern and your fabric choices really make it work. You've got to love all those owls on the back.ReplyDelete
I've been thinking about that dot fabric since seeing it an eternity ago in a LQS. I'm SO pleased to know the name of it now, since I really wish I had bought some. Thanks!ReplyDelete
Very nice, I love the straight lines intersecting in the quilting, I have a charm pack baby quilt in the works right now, I might have to quilt it the same way!!ReplyDelete