I love the color combo and multi size stars. Great design!
Hello everyone, I am Lisa and I blog at In The Boon Docks and I am so excited to have a quilt of mine “In the What Shade RU?” Blog Hop for RJR Fabrics Quilt With Love – A Blog Dedicated to Everything RJR! I love solids colors they can stand alone or help a print “pop”!
The answer to “What Shade R U?” I have to say I love all colors! My friend and Long Arm Quilter, Irene Hensley, quilted the “Plus Quilt”.
Make sure to head on over to her blog for a chance to win a fat quarter bundle featuring the fabrics she used in her quilt!
Lynette Anderson’s first quilt was using the English paper piecing method, which fit closely with her love for patchwork. Here at RJR, we asked her, along with out other designers, about their first love quilt #quiltwithlove, and she found the original quilt safe in her linen cupboard! Here she has her newborn son pictured with the quilt. Make sure to head on over to her blog for loving story about her son and the quilt.
Lynette took the inspiration for her first quilt and designed this lovely crib quilt, along with stitchery design using her Bread and Butter collection. The free pattern is available on her website for download.
Sarah Craig, you may remember her from the Thread the Needle Winner a few weeks back. She is our lateset participant in our #whatshaderu participant!
She first showed me her lovely selection of colors from one entire section of our Cotton Supreme Color card with a few of our turquoise blue additions!
The quilt came out lovely! To hear about her wonderful story, please make sure to head on over to her blog, Confessions of a Fabric Addict, to hear about her quilt creation along with a chance to win a fat quarter bundle of her fabric selection!
Today’s Hop Skip and a Jump on today’s VMM Blog Tour is with The Sewing Loft. Please take a moment to jump on over to
Here is our fat quarter bundle winner, Jenelle Boxberger, for Lynette Anderson’s #quiltwithlove quilt.
Vintage Made Modern – that’s Amy Barickman’s mantra. Amy, who founded the pattern company Indygo Junction in 1990, has collaborated with designers to produce and market an impressive list of patterns and book releases, having released over 1200 pattern titles and published 80 books, including recent releases Indygo Junction’s Fabric Flowers, Indygo Junction’s Dimensional Denim and The Magic Pattern Book. From fashion patterns to practical quilted projects, Indygo Junction offers a wealth of inspiration to those who love to work with needle and thread.
Amy is an avid collector of vintage sewing and fashion materials. Fabric, sewing patterns, needlework catalogs and the works of the Woman’s Institute for Domestic Arts & Sciences are found in her vintage library.
If those books could talk, what could they teach us? A lot! Amy has found a myriad of sewing lessons from years past which are still relevant to modern sewists today. Many of these tips have been lost for years, but Amy thinks by looking to the past we can move our craft forward.
Do you love star quilts as much as we do? Then you’ll love this HST star baby quilt by Alissa of Gold Shoe Girl.
It features fabrics from Everything but the Kitchen Sink http://bit.ly/1PCtAnI. Take a look at the straight line and loopy loop quilting. A-mazing!!!
Learn more on her blog www.goldshoegirl.com.