Monday, January 10, 2011

Postage stamp quilt along.

Rachel from P.S. I Quilt is having a postage stamp quilt-along that I have decided to do.  All you need are 2 jelly rolls, one plain and one whatever, and some fabric for the backing and binding.  I love the look of postage stamp quilts and quilt alongs are always fun. I love seeing what other people come up with.  I love Rachel's blog too. She is another quilter and blogger with lots of great tutorials on her blog.


I took advantage of the Fat Quarter Shop's  sales before Christmas and picked up a heap of jelly rolls, so this will be perfect for them. However, I really wouldn't mind Central Park or Sunkissed in a postage stamp quilt, and of course I didn't buy them at the time! 


Perhaps I could do the Blogger's Block-a-Palooza  as well as this looks like it is going to be fun as well, and I could use either of these 2 ranges in this.   Oh, decisions, decisions...


Giveaways
Sarah at Confessions of a Fabric Addict has been blogging for a year. She has a fabulous blog and is an inspirational quilter who has formed a quilt ministry and dedicates many of her quilts to those who are ill or in need of comfort.  To celebrate her anniversary she is giving away the most gorgeous pillow cover.


Ryan at I'm Just a Guy Who Quilts is another talented quilter with a fabulous blog. He is having a giveaway of 10 FQ of Denyse Schmidt's Greenfield Hill.



3 comments:

  1. Well Miss you have been blog hopping haven't you - so much news!
    Mmmm, postage stamp quilt. Yeah I'd love to do one but I really think I'll leave it until I've got some more of my WIP's finished.
    have a great day
    Miche'le

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  2. Thanks, Deb! I'd love to do the postage stamp quilt along but I'm determined to get some of my UFOs done - maybe after that!! They are beautiful quilts!!

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  3. I must be nuts because I've decided to do both of them! The Sunkissed fabric plus the matching solids recommended for Block-A-Palooza arrived this week and they are beautiful. I've never done a postage stamp quilt, so it should be fun too.

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