Welcome to the Day 4 of We Support You Blog hop. I first wanted to thank these two amazing ladies, Mdm Samm for organizing this hop and our wonderful cheerleader for the hop Pat from Line in the Scrapatch continuously cheering us throughout the hop.
This is for a great cause and I made this pillow for my close friend Lillian who was diagnosed with breast cancer few years back. She has been doing a great job fighting it and this is to support her.
I am celebrating 3 year anniversary for my blog and couple of other reasons as well. Here is the link to the giveaway on my blog, click here.
Welcome to the Wicked Blog hop brought to you by Wicked Wendy and Madm Samm. Looks like I am diving from one Halloween project into the other since September. After 2 spider web quilts I wanted to do something different. How about WICKED ONE HANDLE BAG. My inspiration was the one eye monster Mike from the "Monster University" movie.
There triangles where left over from the Boo-crew spider web quilt below. I don't like to waste any fabric ;).
Here are my 2 "Cute And Spooky Spider web" quilts along with link to the tutorials:
The first one is my most recent Spider web quilt just finished last week using Moda's Boo crew fabric line.
This one I made it for Riley Blake Design's Cutting Corners College. It doesn't require any special ruler for this tutorial.
I am really excited about this blog hop. I have been collecting different shades of purple, blues/aquas/greens etc for last couple of years. Finally decided to go with the different shades of purples/magenta.
I was very ambitious, but only got the wall hanging done. Here is my quilt top:
I have used 4 different background colors starting from top: Kona PepperKona CharcoalKona CoalKona Steel
You can't really tell much difference between the Kona Coal and Kona Steel. I did some black/white shots to see the color value and they seemed to be the same. But Steel has a little bit blue tint to it. Kona Coal seem to match the Kona Charcoal for the transition.
My original plan was to make a lap quilt(48x 64inches). I might still continue to make more stars.
I am really excited to an…