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Wednesday, August 11, 2010

I've been busy!!

Well, who the heck isn't busy these days?  I've been sewing, sewing, and sewing.  I've got so much to show you!! These are just a few of the latest quilts I've been doing for Benartex, P&B, and RJR Fabrics.  I tried to add more but there must be a limit on the pictures allowed per posting!  I'll add more soon.  In the midst of all this quilting and sewing, we also put down laminate wood floors in my sewing room, the den and our master bedroom so there hasn't been a minute to spare most of the time and I've really missed my blogging, the chance to read all of your blogs too.   I have a few more going into magazines, and some those I'll have to share with you later, but here are a few from my busy summer! It has been productive though, and I've really enjoyed putting together some new designs.   This first photo is a sneak peak of an quilt for a future Fons and Porter magazine.  This one uses parchment paper as a foundation, but no foundation piecing!  It's a fun one to do.  The line is Flower Power by RJR.
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Isabella in the making, almost completed!
Word Play by Benartex
ready to ship for an upcoming F&P issue

See the Aldo Zippy quilt by P&B Textiles
Aldo Zippy in Fons & Porter Baby Quilt
Fall 2010
Isabella, see on the back cover of a recent
Fons and Porter magazine!






The Full Pantry quilt is alot of fun to make, see below!
New Benartex line Sew Chick
Full Pantry pattern available for purchase $9 from me.
 RJR Fabrics Farmers Market!

This quilt is a 1930's line by P&B Textiles for Fons and Porter, which should be out soon.  I love using prairie points on occasion, and this one is just the right size for a table topper.
Nellie's Garden
This is and RJR line called Tropical Breeze and I sell the pattern now as well.  It is 70" x 70", and easy to do!
A Paula Nadlestern line by Benartex, you should be able to find this kit in an upcoming Keepsake Quilting catalog!

I have much more to share, but until then, I will leave you all with the wishes for a wonderful summer, and kids safely off to school soon.  Where has the time gone? 
Keep Quilting!

3 comments:

The Rocky Creek Scotties said...

I'll take one of each please!!

Love the fact that one of the patterns is called Isabella.

John'aLee said...

Hi Diane! Your quilts are beautiful! You go girl! I miss you and all of the others. How is Kelly doing? Is her hubby okay?

Grandma Shell said...

Where can I find the instructions for the first quilt pictured? That would be a great scrap buster! Thanks.

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