This week has just zoomed by so fast. It's been so busy planning and prepping for Quilt market which starts next week. We are shipping our booth to Houston today and it is always a little relief after those boxes are gone....not much you can do after that!
The winner of the book from yesterday's blog post is:
"I would travel almost anywhere, but my first choice would be back to Chile, to visit my exchange student family! It's been three years, which is too long... Iceland would be interesting, too; reading your blog has sparked my interest in your homeland!"
Congrats Deb. I hope you get to go visit your host family soon.
Check out all the places you want to go:
I love the variety of your dream places to travel to and I actually share many of them with you. If I would get a free trip anywhere tomorrow, I would probably go to Iceland but on my bucket list are Australia, New Zealand, Switzerland and South America. Hawaii is definitely on my list too. I love to travel and have gone to a lot of places in Europe. I love Portugal and Greece, Italy and Spain are great as well.
Looks like we have to get busy planning some quilting trips/cruises:)
Let's check out the last few projects in the book:
Wings Of Love
I have one more cutie to share with you today. This is sweet little Nolan.
He is only 3 months old but handled the photoshoot like a pro.
Here is another colorway of the quilt using some delightful Anna Griffin prints. Even though I love this photo, we were afraid of raising some eyebrows over having the child unattended laying on a table:)
Nolan was such a sweetie, definitely an upcoming model.
He even gave me some heartmelting smiles.
This is a simple runner to make and it is easy to pick colors to match any decor.
Bright and fun (fabrics are from my Super fabric line for Red Rooster) or....
....traditional and elegant.
The fabrics used are from the Curio collection from Basic Grey for Moda.
A little bit of glam is always a good thing, right?
Ripple Effect - Runner
This runner is really fun to make from Layer Cake squares. This one is out of Late Bloomers by Sandy Gervais for Moda.
The brighter version uses an older line from Lila Tueller and some of my fabric as well. The size of the runner is perfect for smaller spaces.
That's it folks! Now you have seen everything the book contains and hopefully you are itching to get started on some of these projects.
Today's question is:
If you had the book in hand, access to any fabric you would like and magically the world would pause for 6 hours so you could sew anything you wanted out of this book. Which project would you choose first?
Remember to comment to enter the drawing. There is both the book up for grabs and then the big prize which I will pull from all the comments of the week. I will post the winners on Monday.
Have a great weekend!
PS: An answer to my Icelandic friends on when the book arrives in Iceland: Kristrún í Quiltbúðinni kemur til með að hafa hana til innan skamms, bjallið bara endilega í hana!