Monthly Archives: July 2016

Splendid Sampler Blocks

Thought I would share and updated photo of my Splendid Sampler blocks. Trying to sew them as they are released, but have gotten a bit behind in making the last four blocks. Better get busy and catch up! Enjoy!  

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My Turn – Acorn Valley Blog Tour

Today is my day to share with you my project featuring Acorn Valley flannel fabrics designed by Patty Young for Riley Blake Designs. I designed a baby quilt to show off all the fun prints in the fabric line.  I … Continue reading

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Acorn Valley Blog Tour

Join us next week as the Acorn Valley Blog Tour begins celebrating the new release of Patty Young’s Acorn Valley Fabric line. Monday 7/11: Riley Blake & Modkid Tuesday 7/12: Sweeter Than Cupcakes & That’s Sew Kari Wednesday 7/13: Beri … Continue reading

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Independence Day

One of my first published quilts was Independence Day (America Makes Scrap Quilts Winter 2004), was a scrappy red, white and blue quilt.  Using scraps from the front, I pieced a large flag for the backing.  I love a two … Continue reading

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Liberty

I love red, white & blue quilts and this is the perfect time to share them! My Liberty quilt (McCall’s Quilting July 2011) is the perfect quilt to use up your scraps or jelly roll strips! Enjoy!

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Windswept

In honor of the upcoming holiday, I thought I would share with you one of my red, white and blue quilts, Windswept. (McCall’s Quilting June 2008 & Red, White, and Sometimes Blue © 2011). A perfect picnic quilt! Enjoy, Ann

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Washington’s Cherry Wreath

Feeling a bit patriotic this first day of July. Washington’s Cherry Wreath (McCall’s Quilting America Loves Scrap Quilts Spring 2007), is still one of my favorite quilts. I created it using a controlled scrappy blend of reproduction fabrics bordered with … Continue reading

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