Tuesday, 1 October 2013

just the one

This is maybe the first time I have no mosaic, no round up of all the things I've made. I finished one quilt this month and it's available in my Etsy shop. This is my first truly scrappy quilt and I'm really proud of it.


I am working on a lot of projects and I'm know I will get more things finished this month so I'm happy with my one pretty quilt.

Le Challenge

One project I'm really looking forward to is my make for Le Challenge this month, the theme is THRILLER - there's a big chance it might not work as well as I envision it it my head but the only thing to do is make it and find out! Head over to Le Challenge to read all about my fabric inspiration for this month and join in the fun for your chance to win a $25 gift certificate to the Fat Quarter Shop.



This month I also welcomed a new sponsor to my blog, Minerva Crafts. They are kindly offering you all a 10% discount, just use the code CHARM10 at the checkout!


Linking up with Lynne for Fresh Sewing Day:
Lily's Quilts

16 comments:

  1. I love the fussy cut pieces in the centres of your blocks. I think you're right to be happy with your quilt:-)

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  2. beautiful quilt. hope you are all well x

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  3. Hi Lucy (I'm waving back), I love your scrappy quilt. Something like this is on my list too, but I always think I need more scraps ...

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  4. and what a pretty thing it is!

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  5. Your scrappy quilt is just perfect!

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  6. Still love this! For the record I've been following via email but bad about commenting. Miss you and wanted to pop over and say Hi!

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  7. these colors really sing! What a great way to combine them and use them in a quilt. Thanks for sharing

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  8. This is beautiful quilt. I love those colours and the little pictures are wonderful :)

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  9. One quilt is great with an ankle-biter demanding your time!

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  10. It is maybe only one quilt, but it is a brilliant one :-)

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  11. Quality wins over quantity any day and your quilt is gorgeous mais bien sur!

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  12. One quilt is one more than I have done. It is very pretty too. Di x

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  13. You remind me of me when my kids were little, I cross stitched all the time........

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  14. Gorgeous quilt Lucy. The colors are so vibrant, and I love the improv.

    :) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

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  15. The quilt, I love, the getting Thriller stuck in my head? Not so much...

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