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If you’re in the area join us March 10 & 11, 2012 for the Pride of the Prairie Quilt Show . Hours are 9-5 on Saturday & 11-4 on Sunday. The show will be held at Richland Grade School, 1919 Caton Farm Road, Crest Hill, IL.

I’ve been busy, busy cutting kits and preparing samples, but I did find enough time in my schedule to do some crafting this week. I’m totally hooked on hoop art, so I decided to do a little of my own by hooping “SewMod” and resting them on top of my peg board in the studio. Cuteness!!

Using Lush fat quarters, I fused and machine appliqued the letters with a decorative stitch on my sewing machine.

I added a piece of muslin for stability, hooped them, trimmed the fabric and pressed the trimmed fabric to the back. You can choose to cover the back but if its going against the wall, who’s gonna know, right?

So simple and sooo cute. It puts me in a spring mood. It also doesn’t hurt that our weather has been awesome. I finally was able to open my windows and air the house out…yay!

I promise on Monday I’ll be back with some quilt & booth pics from the show, so be sure to check back then. Have a great weekend & we hope to see some of you at the show!

It feels sooo good to mark something off the list as finished. There was a whole lotta that going on around here this week! Three to be precise.

BackYard Baby  Quilted, bound & kitted.

I kitted these for our upcoming show in the sand pails with a shovel. After all it is called BackYard Baby. So cute! Hopefully it will draw some attention into the booth.

Wonky WildFlowers Borders on, quilted and bound. Super cute!

Paige meandered the center around the embroidery work to make it pop out.

And I did a little wonkiness in the log cabins.

Spring Dresden Table Runner

We made this with the new fabric line Lush by Patty Young using our pattern, North Garden Dresden Table Runner.

A pretty, butter yellow background with bright creamsicle & pink dresdens.

We fussy cut the Flower Shop fabric for the dresden centers.

Bright and cheery! The perfect project during winter while wishing for spring. And I kitted these inside flower pots and added a cute yellow daisy.

These kits should be available at Etsy and SewModDesigns soon.

Now, on to cutting out my next project. Talk to ya tomorrow:)

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