I Have Mail?


I joined Bea Lee for her newest pincushion swap and on Friday this beautifully sewn English Paper Pieced pincushion arrived all the way from. . . England. Kay sent me a lovely note telling me EPP is her favorite quilting method and she did this entirely by hand. She used some of my favorite colors. 

In the package she included two small fabric pieces and a tiny bag of buttons. I have no idea as of yet what I will make with them; but I think something for spring.

Thank you very much, Kay!


My longarm quilter delivered the quilt to me. I will bind it tomorrow. I still can't show you what the quilt looks like. My goal is to submit this pattern to Cut Loose by the April 7 deadline to have it debut at The International Quilt Market in Pittsburgh. I will give some hints: Squares and Circles and numerous ways to create with the pattern. I have one published Cut Loose pattern HERE

It is only days away! There will be ruffles abounding. I will post my ruffles project on March 12. I have made nothing like this before. I think it is an easy project that should be fun for everyone to make! Amy from Sew Incredibly Crazy is heading up this blog hop. Here is the blog hop list: 

March 5th

March 6th

March 7th

March 10th
March 11th

March 12th  

March 13th

March 14th

Come back for the Ruffles Blog Hop! 

I will have information in a few days about the EQ7 Photo Fun Blog Hop April 14-16. 

Also, if you have not read my blog telling about my SPUR OF THE MOMENT GIVEAWAY, please take a moment to check it out. Leave a comment by 9 PM EST on March 5 for a chance to win. 

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