Showing posts with label Kaleidoscope. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Kaleidoscope. Show all posts

Saturday, August 13, 2011

Cooper's Quilt...

 I am reposting this post as the pictures for some reason did not come through...this pattern, Kaleidoscope, is really fun to sew and you can find the pattern here!!
 On the back of the quilt, I used the scraps and put Cooper's name on it...
Close up of the letters...Have you ever put a name on a quilt???

Tuesday, May 24, 2011


 I first saw this pattern over on the blog Cluck Cluck SewI just fell in love with it.  I needed to make a baby boy quilt and the colors are great for a boy!!
 I really had fun putting this together and kind of sad I will parting with it soon...
 I will be making another one of these for an upcoming grandbaby....
 Make Life, an older collection by Sweetwater is one of my favorites...I had a few fat quarters in my stash so I added some additional fat quarters to have enough fabric to make this...Love how it turned out...
Found this fantastic brown gingham to back it with--love it...What do you think???

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Spring Break Retreat from Red Rooster...

Yesterday, April 17, we had the Spring Break Red Rooster retreat. The class I took was taught by Sandy Workman from Pine Needles. She brought this darling tote bag, which I ordered a pattern for. The project I signed up for was Dresden Garden, a dresden plate with an embroidered center. Fun class and I learned a new embroidery stitch in the class, the pistol.

This is a pattern of the project I signed up for.

This class was an applique class, teaching the Kim Diehl method of applique.

This was a mystery class taught by the ladies of Two Peas in a Pod, Carol and Connie. They really had a good time in this class--they were just a laughing up a storm and enjoying this!!

This was a Kaleidoscope quilt class, taught by Kaye Nielson.

This class, Cathedral Windows was taught by Maryann Golich. I have to tell you that the classes were enjoyed by all--the food was great, the company was fabulous and a must do for next year!!


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