Sunday, June 15, 2014

Happy Summer!

It's officially summer break for me so now I will be able to do a lot more sewing!  Yay!
I am ready to send my low volume quilt to Melissa at Sew Shabby Quilting and now I get to finish some more WIP's.
First up is my Lazy Sunday quilt.  I am using Sunnyside by Kate Spain, the fabric is perfect for the Pacific Northwest.
Surprise! The quilt top is already finished!  It only took a few days to put together!  Here are some pictures.


I just ordered some minky fabric for the backing of the quilt, it will be so soft and snuggly!  

Now I will be working on a memory quilt.  My grandfather passed away in April, and I am going to make a quilt out of his old jeans for my grandmother.  I might end up making a few more and giving them to my mom and my uncles.  I found a lovely tutorial from  the Missouri Star Quilt Co. that explains how to cut the jeans into squares.
Some people call these quilts as bereavement quilts, but I prefer the term memory quilts instead.

I am also working on a quilt using Honeysweet fabric.  I picked the Sunny Steps quilt pattern available on the Moda Bake Shop.  I will have another post about that soon!

On another note, if any of you are looking for a planner, I just discovered the Erin Condren Life Planners and I absolutely love them.  I cannot wait for mine to come in the mail!
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Linking up with SewJo Saturday at My Go-Go Life and Fabric Frenzy Friday at Fort Worth Fabric Studio.






4 comments:

  1. Bethany!!! LOVE IT!!! and Congratulations for winning the Sewjo Saturday incentive prize! Please send me your shipping info to mygogolife@yahoo.com

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  2. Love your quilt. Could you tell me what pattern it is? Thanks!

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    1. Hi Claudia!
      The pattern is the Lazy Sunday Quilt by May Chappell. I found the pattern through Craftsy but it is also available at a few online shops.
      Thanks for reading my blog!
      Bethany

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  3. Love this pattern and the fabric combo. Nice :)

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