Friday, August 1, 2014

Finally the last 2 blocks for Love in Bloom!!!

Here it is at long last the 3rd block in the series "Love in Bloom".  Boy oh boy am I late getting these blocks out to you.  No good excuses just seem to be rudderless these days.  I actually started this blog to give me deadlines so that I would accomplish more.  It worked for the first few years, but this year I'm lost again.  Let's blame it on that I'm turning 65 at the end of the year.  That's a good excuse isn't it.  But really I'm just keep starting things and not finishing.  I have a rule to not post until the item is pattern ready so that I can share with that pattern with you.

Here is block 4 from the "Love in Bloom" series.  I decided that if I held it up I might never get it posted.  I have so many irons in the fire right now it's crazy.

My DD asked me to make her a set of kitchen appliance covers and I've designed them but have yet to touch fabric.  She asked in December 2013.  But in my defense every time I design something I get more and more ideas.  So I've spent most of my time this year on designing.  I've designed a whole set of kitchen appliance covers for me and also a sewing kit set for me that is frogs.  

I've made and need to write patterns for several pincushions.  Missed most of the holidays that those were for. Yet I still need to get it together because I've designed a whole quilt and several pincushions for my favorite holiday, Halloween.

On the up side some of my patterns are now being featured on Favequilts. Check it out by clicking on the name.  They've done mostly my Halloween pincushions so far.  You still come to my blog to download the pattern.  It's just to make more blog exposure.  Well I need to get back to work to get some of these projects done.

Hopefully I'll be back soon with some great patterns to share.

Sharing is such fun!!!


  1. Welcome back, Marjory, I've missed your posts. Thanks for sharing your latest patterns, they're lovely as usual :-)

    I understand how designing takes up so much of your time - I find that creating the design sometimes goes quickly, but writing it up and making samples really slows things down!

    I'm looking forward to seeing what you've come up with this year!

  2. You are so kind and giving and I love working your patterns. I am still working on the spooky cat series for the nursing home and will share as they are handquilted. Thank-you from the little children.

  3. Thank you for the last two pattern to show., but where can I find the download?? I missed it.

    Greeting Guilitta

  4. i am a quilt shop owner wanting to do Spooky Hollow as a BOM and need your help in finding the background fabric and sashing and border fabrics. please contact me at 805 698-6239....Creative Patches and Sewing Quilt Shop in Nipomo, Ca. Thank you, Patricia Hughes or email me at store # is 805 929-3704


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