Thursday, June 11, 2015

Around the web in less than an hour...

I was going to say "80 minutes", but that depends on how long you take.
Nature!  There are several really, really good pattern designers that I love!  The first one is McKenna Ryan, Pine Needles, is the name of her company.  Her patterns are intricate, accurate and when done are absolutely beautiful.  I have made two and have every intention to make another one day.  My problem is I can never decide which one.
Hoffman Fabrics posted a photo on their Facebook page.  I love foxes!  We had the chance one evening to sit at the entrance way to Prince Edward Island National Park and watch a few of them along the side of the road.  You will have to scroll down a bit to see him but it is so worth it.  I have no idea when this will be available.  I'll try to keep on top of it.
Martingale published this on their Facebook page.  I love it!  Why didn't they have this around when my kids were small?  It is from Michael Miller Fabrics.  I found it on the internet and I know I'll be ordering some.  I was thinking perhaps a pillow for a bed for those days when the little one has a cold or just not feeling up to snuff.  Wouldn't it make a cute apron too?  Boy and girl fabric available.  
Take a look at both
or for the budding astronaut
I've set the link to The Fat Quarter Shop.........they are the best to deal with.  I've ordered a lot from them over the years and order today and a week later it is in your mailbox!
This is for the people that live in Ontario.........a nice little day trip..........for those of us in the southern part of the province.
This is up Gravenhurst way...........or down..........depending where you live.
Karl and I are off to do it next month.  It's his birthday gift to me, and yes he knows.
Tomorrow is the last meeting for stitch and chat for this year.  We'll be back at it in September.  We are having a pot luck lunch.  I hope to get some photos for you.

A new block of the month has started at Fat Cat.  The link is at the bottom of the page. 
I decided to just collect these for now, put in a binder and then I'm going to decrease the size by 50%.  This time I will be making a miniature and then I can do the quilting on it.
When I get it finished...........who knows.  I must say I do love that grey background!

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