Welcome to my blog. First let me start with a big apology for being late. I had it written in my planner to do my post over the weekend and have it go live at midnight. I haven't looked at my planner all weekend, as I have had grandkids staying with me, while our daughter was having a baby. So, forgive me for being late. My mind wasn't on sewing or blogging.
On to the blog post. The challenge was to see something in green or an apple. This blog hop is done by Carol of https://www.justletmequilt.com
I had made this quilt a while ago, like a few years ago, and just go it quilted. It is a pattern that I designed myself. I am currently teaching it at retreats that I teach at, and am thinking I might publish the pattern. This one is a very easy pattern to do. My granddaughters who are twelve and ten are making one for their baby brother who was just born on the 19th.
This is another version I have done. It just needs quilted.
Which of these is your favorite? Would you like to see this pattern for sale? Please let me know.
If you are in Utah, or plan to be or want to be, I am teaching this class at The Stitching Room in Richfield UT this Saturday, March 25 or in October at Quilt fest at the Davis Conference Center in Layton UT.
Check out the bloggers for this week:
Pinker n' Punkin Quilting & Stitching
Congratulations on a new grandbaby! I wouldn't care about quilts, blogs, or anything else either. You should publish this pattern because it is a beauty! Thanks for sharing, Kathy, and enjoy that sweet baby.ReplyDelete
Thank you. I did decide to publish the pattern and you can find it in my shop on my website. Here is the link https://kathyskwilts.com/
I like the version in the greens. It does have a different feel than the other one you made. Super-duper even with all you had going on.ReplyDelete
Great quilt! Congratulations on the new grandbaby!ReplyDelete
I like the green version, very nice!ReplyDelete
I love both of them!!! My DGD would go for the pink. :-) Congrat's on a new grandbaby!ReplyDelete
It's impossible to choose a favourite! They are both great! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Your quilts are gorgeous. Too hard to choose a favorite!!ReplyDelete
Awww you have had your hands full - congrats on the new grandbaby! I love that green version - yes you should publish it! Nice work!ReplyDelete
Thank you. I did go ahead and publish the pattern. It is in my shop on my website. Here is the link https://kathyskwilts.com/
Congrats on the new grand baby! Love the quilt design - both versions are quite lovely.ReplyDelete
Love it Kathy! And congrats with your new grandbaby! xxReplyDelete
Love this quilt pattern! The green fabrics really make this pattern stand out.ReplyDelete
Drat, I'll miss both classes, being there in May. I do like the pattern, especially in the green. It seems like a good scrap buster, and I would buy it. Congratulations on the new baby, and teaching littles to sew for others.ReplyDelete
Thank you. I went ahead and published it. You can find it under the shop tab on my website. Here is the link for the website. https://kathyskwilts.com/
Beautiful quilts. It’s always fun to see a pattern done in different colorways. 😉 CarolReplyDelete
'Love that pattern and both colorways. The green one is my favorite though. Would love to have this pattern offered for sale.ReplyDelete
I did decide to go ahead and offer the pattern for sale. It is on my website under the shop tab. Here is the link for my shop. https://kathyskwilts.com/
Love the quilt and my favourite colourway is the green.ReplyDelete
What a fun pattern. I would use it with my stash of "Ghastly" fabrics. Halloween wouldn't be complete without them and I found a Christmas one last year, that I had to add to my stash! LOL!! Congrats on the new Grandbaby.ReplyDelete
I decided to go ahead and publish the pattern. You can find it on my website under the shop tab. Here is the link https://kathyskwilts.com/
I did decide to go ahead and publish the pattern. You can find it under the shop tab on my website. Here is the link https://kathyskwilts.com/
Great quilt! It's hard to pick which one I like better. Both have good color combos!ReplyDelete
Your quilts are lovely.ReplyDelete
Congratulations on the new grandson! Your quilts are very pretty, but I can understand being a little bit distracted, considering. ;o)ReplyDelete
Congrats on the new grand. Ya hoo.ReplyDelete
I love the pattern and can't get over how different the color ways make them. Yes, my opinion is that you should make that a pattern for sale.
I decided to go ahead and publish the pattern. You can find it under the shop tab on my website. Here is the link https://kathyskwilts.com/
Congrats on a lovely quilt finish and your new grandbaby, too!ReplyDelete
Love this quilt pattern and it's so much fun to see it in the different colour ways. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Congratulations! I wouldn't be worried about anything but that baby. Your pattern is super!ReplyDelete